Sergio Aguero struck twice as Manchester City came from behind to ease into the FA Cup Quarter-Finals with a 5-1 win over Nahki Wells’ Championship teammates Huddersfield.
Wells was an unused substitute in the match as he still is recovering from an ankle injury.
A mistake by goalkeeper Claudio Bravo allowed former City youngster Harry Bunn to fire Huddersfield into a surprise early lead at the Etihad Stadium, but the hosts roared back with three goals before half-time.
Leroy Sane equalised before an Aguero penalty and Pablo Zabaleta effort put Pep Guardiola's men firmly in command. Aguero and substitute Kelechi Iheanacho completed the job in the second half.
City will now play Middlesbrough for a place in the semifinals while Huddersfield, whose manager David Wagner was beginning a two-match touchline ban, can focus on their promotion challenge.
While Wagner made nine changes, Guardiola made clear his determination to progress by naming a strong side. City were soon on the front foot as Sane cracked a shot against a post within four minutes.