It was a routine win for the Manchester City as they beat Leeds United 4-0 in the fifth round of the FA Cup.
There had been much talk of the Championship side causing an upset after their 2-1 win over Tottenham Hotspur in the last round, but that dream ended within the first five minutes.
Midfield marshal Yaya Toure opened the scoring after he started the move which saw perfect one touch passing between David Silva and Carlos Tevez - with the latter getting the assist.
City doubled their lead just ten minutes later after Tom Lees was judged to have pulled Sergio Aguero back in the box by referee Mark Clattenburg. The Argentinean sent it neatly past United goalkeeper Jamie Ashdown.
Aleksandar Kolarov nearly made it 3-0 when he latched onto James Milner’s free-kick, only to send the ball into the side netting.
Leeds did have a chance just before half-time but Costel Pantilimon saved comfortably from Ross McCormack.
The Blues started the second half much the same of the first, scoring six minutes after the restart. More good work by Silva and Aguero laid the ball on a plate for Tevez who chipped it easily into the back of the net.
Yaya Toure nearly got a second in the 65th minute but Ashdown saved well, while substitute Jack Rodwell could only direct the rebound onto the bar.
Aguero got his brace in the 73rd minute as he played the offside trap perfectly to score the last goal of the game.