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and Edin Dzeko grabbed two goals
each and Sergio Aguero scored on his
return from injury as Manchester City
swept to a 5-0 win over Blackburn in
an FA Cup third-round replay yester-
In taking its goal tally to 99 in all
competitions already this season, City
delivered another demonstration of its
lethal firepower at Etihad Stadium to
set up a fourth-round match at home
to another second-tier team---Watford.
City s largely second-string lineup
took a while to get going, with Negredo
opening the scoring in first-half injury
time, but the Premier League side was
irrepressible after the break.
Aguero scored within a minute of
coming on as a 72nd-minute substitute
following a month out with a calf injury,
capping a perfect night for City man-
ager Manuel Pellegrini.
"You saw the difference between a
(League) Championship and a Premier
League team," Blackburn manager Gary
Bowyer said. "That was clinical ... It s
The 1-1 draw at Ewood Park on Jan.
4 was the only time City had failed to
win in its last 10 matches and this
replay will have been an irritation for
Pellegrini, with his team s fixture sched-
ule clogged up due to its continued
involvement in four competitions this
For that reason, he fielded a shadow
side except for Fernandinho in central
midfield and the twin strikeforce of
Dzeko and Negredo, who have been in
great form during the eight-game
absence of Aguero.
Negredo, in particular, has been
proved unstoppable this season and the
Spain striker took his tally in five
months in English football to 20 goals
with a header that lit up an otherwise
forgettable first half.
Jesus Navas set clear Fernandinho
down the right and the Brazilian s cross
to the back post was headed forcefully
into the net by Negredo.
The second half was a different story
as City cut loose.
Negredo scampered onto a curling,
crossfield pass by substitute Aleksandar
Kolarov to clip a finish high into the
net in the 47th minute and Dzeko
expertly turned in Navas cut-back to
make it 3-0 in the 67th.
Aguero, who has been out since Dec.
14, came on to a great reception and
was soon celebrating a goal as he
swiveled to shoot low into the net from
Dzeko s pass.
Dzeko had the final say from another
Navas cross in the 79th.
City scored four or more goals in a
game for the 11th time this season. It
has 64 goals in 16 home matches. (AP)
Manchester City's Edin
Dzeko, right, celebrates
with teammate Alvaro
Negredo after scoring
during their English FA
Cup third round replay
football match at The
City of Manchester
Manchester won 5-0. AP
Man City crushes
Blackburn 5-0 in
FA Cup replay
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