Five star City cruise into FA Cup quarter-finals
Key moment: The award of the penalty kick with the scores level could be argued as the key moment in this game, but City's performance suggested the goals would come sooner or later. What it means… City now travel to the Riverside Stadium on 11 March to face Middlesbrough in the FA Cup 6th round. The Premier League game against Stoke that had been scheduled for that day will now be played on 8 March. Star man: No doubt about it, Sergio is firing on all cylinders again. Two goals and an assist don't tell the whole story of the Argentine's night as he harried and ran all evening, never giving the visitors' defence a moment's peace. What’s next? City return to Premier League action on Sunday afternoon with a trip to bottom-of-the-table Sunderland.
MATCH DETAILS: Manchester City (5): Bravo, Zabaleta (C), Clichy, Stones, Otamendi, Fernandinho, Aleix Garcia, De Bruyne (Delph 75'), Sterling, Sané (Navas 81'), Agüero (Iheanacho 79'). Huddersfield Town (1): Coleman, Whitehead, Hudson, Billing (Hogg 67'), Bunn (van La Parra 54'), Holmes-Dennis, Cranie, Payne, Lolley (Smith 61'), Quaner y Stankovic. Goals: Bunn, 7'; Sane 30, Aguero 35, 73, Zabaleta 38, Iheanacho 92 Referee: Paul Tierney. Bookings: Hudson 15' y Stankovic 35'.