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Summary

  1. Man City thrash West Ham to reach round four
  2. Toure scores penalty after Ogbonna fouls Zabaleta
  3. Nordtveit turns brilliant Sagna cross into own net
  4. Silva taps in third from six yards
  5. Aguero flicks in Toure's drilled shot
  6. Stones heads in first Man City goal

Live Reporting

By Neil Johnston

All times stated are UK

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Goodbye

So FA Cup third round weekend starts with a bang. Who will be joining Manchester City in the fourth round? Will there be another five-goal mauling in any of the other 31 ties? The answer to these and many more questions will be revealed over the coming days.

Many thanks for your company. Until next time. 

'Very bad day'

West Ham 0-5 Man City

West Ham United

West Ham manager Slaven Bilic: "The penalty was the turning point because we looked good until then. It was maybe a soft one.

"We had a great chance to equalise but we didn't. We made mistakes after the goal and started to chase the ball. Quickly it was 3-0 and game over.

"It's a very bad day for us. It wasn't good enough.

"What disappointed me the most is that we started to chase them all over the pitch and then conceded two more and it was all over.

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Highlights: Frightful Friday for West Ham

West Ham 0-5 Man City

Missed the match? Want to watch the best bits again?

No worries. Here are the highlights from a triumphant night for Manchester City and a frightful Friday for West Ham.

FA Cup: West Ham 0-5 Manchester City highlights

What's next?

What a big game for Slaven Bilic next week. West Ham must bounce back from a third straight defeat when they host Crystal Palace, managed by ex-Hammers boss Sam Allardyce, on 14 January in the Premier League (15:00 GMT).

'Stop making excuses'

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MH: West Ham won nothing for 35 years in the old stadium so stop making excuses for them. 

Chris Kilbane: Great Manager, Fantastic stadium. Shame the players have forgotten what they are paid to do. 

James Worden: Love how Man City send Caballero to do an interview just to give him something to do tonight.

'We are the good guys'

West Ham 0-5 Man City

Manchester City

Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola: "We were able to keep the ball more than the last games. We created more chances. Before the penalty we had three or four clear chances. After the second and third goal it was easy in the second half.

"It's important to win away but it's not easy. I'd like to involve the fans and make them believe we are good. We are the good guys - we run a lot and fight."

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'City still in title race'

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Ian Wright

Former Arsenal striker on BBC One

Man City have got so much quality in their side, you can't write them off in the title race. 

The stats don't lie

West Ham 0-5 Man City

Some stats from our friends at Opta...

West Ham have suffered their worst home defeat in FA Cup history, having never previously lost by a five-goal margin. Only once in FA Cup history have West Ham suffered a greater margin of defeat – 0-6 against Manchester United in January 2003.

Cheeky

Cheeky from the lowest-ranked club still in the hat.

The Northern Premier League Premier Division side travel to Wycombe on Saturday.

'Long time coming'

West Ham 0-5 Man City

Manchester City

Manchester City goalscorer John Stones on BBC One: "I thought we moved the ball well. We changed our system and played with a diamond. It worked really well. 

"To get clean-sheet was good - we haven't had too many.

On scoring his first goal for City: "It's been a long time coming. I should have scored in previous games. It's nice to get one in a special cup."

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'Happy, happy, happy'

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This is so bad I'm seriously considering not taking my West Ham lunch box to work on Monday...

Slick from Hitchin

Pep's really happy about this score, no really he's happy, he might not look it, but he's happy, really happy, Happy New Year.

Sammy Boy

'Silva was brilliant'

West Ham 0-5 Man City

Frank Lampard

Former England midfielder on BBC One

You can't defend like that. The third was an easy goal in the end. David Silva was quite rightly man of the match and that goal just sums him up as a player. He was brilliant. 

'Fantastic City'

West Ham 0-5 Man City

Alan Shearer

Ex-England captain on BBC One

Manchester City were fantastic, West Ham could not live with them. 

City's movement off the ball was just superb. 

Slaven Bilic stood on the touchline for 90 minutes. He didn't shirk his responsibilities. His players did. 

'Pub team'

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Andyundefined: I can deal with losing 5-0, it happens. But the total lack of effort and heart from West Ham is shameful. Bilic out. 

Christopher Hallundefined:Well, it was fun whilst it lasted, Slaven...

Jason Turnbullundefined:West Ham look like a pub team. Man City have showed their class.

Watch again: Stones scores for City

West Ham 0-5 Man City

A moment to remember for John Stones. Watch as he scores his first goal for Manchester City - and completes West Ham's embarrassment.

John Stones heads in a fifth City goal

West Ham 0-5 Man City

Meanwhile, in the Match of the Day studio the chat is all about West Ham's failure to come to terms with their new London Stadium surroundings.

FULL-TIME - West Ham 0-5 Man City

A Spiderman pitch invader has stopped play. How West Ham could have done with a super hero. Michael Oliver doesn't even bother with additional time. He brings the home team's agony to an end.

West Ham 0-5 Man City

West Ham fans are pouring out of the ground. They've had enough.

West Ham fans
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West Ham 0-5 Man City

Questions will be asked of West Ham's lack of fight. City have been brilliant but this has not good enough from the hosts. Slaven Bilic's post-match interview should be interesting.

West Ham 0-5 Man City

Replays of John Stones's header show it was clearly over the line. 

City break again through Sergio Aguero. This is utterly ruthless. Adrian just about does enough to keep out the Argentine's attempt.

John Stones
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GOAL - West Ham 0-5 Man City

John Stones

The Poznan breaks out at London Stadium as Manchester City's fans celebrate John Stones' first goal for the club.

Stones attacks Nolito's corner and, despite Mark Noble's best efforts, his headers creeps over the line.

John Stones heads in a fifth City goal

Where's West Ham's reaction?

West Ham 0-4 Man City

Martin Keown

Former Arsenal defender on BBC One

There has not been a hint of any kind of West Ham reaction. 

Man City have purred the whole night. This could be a real springboard for them this season. 

There will be a real belief for this team after tonight. 

Slaven Bilic
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West Ham 0-4 Man City

West Ham have 10 minutes or so to endure before they are finally put out of their misery. Enough time for another City goal or two? 

'Pep's in love again'

West Ham 0-4 Man City

Martin Keown

Former Arsenal defender on BBC One

I think Pep Guardiola will be back in love with the game of football after tonight - some of the footwork has been creative and flowing...it's almost an art form. 

Having said that, I'm glad Pep hasn't just come to England and taken over everything. 

He was so successful in Germany and Spain, winning trophies left, right and centre - I think it says a lot about the Premier League that he hasn't come here and totally dominated. 

Pep Guardiola
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West Ham 0-4 Man City

Remember Fabian Delph? He's only gone and made it on to the pitch at London Stadium. Yaya Toure gets a pat from Pep Guardiola as he makes his way off. Friends reunited. 

West Ham 0-4 Man City

Blue Moon rings out around London Stadium. City's 9,000 travelling fans are in party mood and sound as though they're up for an all-nighter.

What's this? City are about to make a third change and it's a player we haven't seen for some time. 

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Last change for West Ham as Michail Antonio makes way for former Manchester United youngster Ashley Fletcher. 

Ashley Fletcher
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West Ham 0-4 Man City

City's stats are mightily impressive. They have enjoyed 65% possession over the 70 minutes. The visitors have had 15 shots - nine on target and scored from four of them. No-one will want to face them in the fourth round.

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West Ham 0-4 Man City

Nineteen-year-old midfielder Aleix Garcia is on for City for the final 20 minutes or so. Kevin De Bruyne is the man to make way. 

West Ham 0-4 Man City

This is like a testimonial rather than an FA Cup tie. West Ham just can't get the ball off City. The gulf between the two clubs is incredible. The fight, spirit, and gritty determination the Hammers displayed against Manchester United earlier this week has been sadly missing here.

West Ham 0-4 Man City

Martin Keown

Former Arsenal defender on BBC One

I think the fear for West Ham at the moment is, if they attack, are they going to leave holes for Man City to break through and fly into? 

West Ham 0-4 Man City

It's chucking it down but Slaven Bilic, dressed in a suit, continues to prowl his technical area like a wounded animal. He's getting very wet. And very angry. 

Slaven Bilic
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Slaven Bilic has had enough. Double change for the Hammers as Manuel Lanzini and Andy Carroll make way for Mark Noble and Dimitri Payet. 

As birthdays go, this has been a shocker for Carroll.

Wath again: Aguero flicks in City’s fourth

West Ham 0-4 Man City

This is great viewing...if you're a Manchester City fan.

Sergio Aguero flicks in City’s fourth

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First change of the game. David Silva is getting a well deserved standing ovation from City's 9,000-strong travelling support. It'll be music to his ears. He is replaced by fellow Spaniard Nolito, who must surely fancy his chances of finding the net.

'Training exercise'

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GauntletBoy: If West Ham aren’t careful, they’re going to get beat here…

Griffiths: Oh Hammers what's going on?  Should have gone late night shopping in Stratford. 

Seanundefined:This isn't a game. It's a training exercise. West Ham woeful. 

Slaven Bilic
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Poor David Gold. He's missing this tie as he is in hospital. Let's hope he's not watching it on television.

Moments before the fourth goal, City had twice gone close to scoring through Nicolas Otamendi and Aguero.

It's men against boys.

West Ham 0-4 Man City

Martin Keown

Former Arsenal defender on BBC One

This game is well and truly won now. The Manchester City fans who have travelled down will be having a party in East London tonight. 

Landmark goal

West Ham 0-4 Man City

And that is a landmark goal. Sergio Aguero is now the third highest scorer in Manchester City's history. 

The Argentine was previously tied with Colin Bell on 153 goals. Only Tommy Johnson (166) and Eric Brook (178) have more.

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GOAL - West Ham 0-4 Man City

Sergio Aguero

This is getting extremley uncomfortable for Slaven Bilic.

His team is being torn to pieces and City grab another with 40 minutes of the tie remaining. 

Raheem Sterling finds Yaya Toure on the edge of the area, his shot towards goals is turned home by Sergio Aguero.

It's too easy. Some West Ham fans have had enough and are heading for an early exit.

Sergio Aguero flicks in City’s fourth