City's magnificent 10-0 Women's FA Cup win has seen sweeping praise from across the media this morning.

You can read our assessment on an extraordinary cup tie here.

But for those wanting more, here’s the best of the rest... 

BBC Sport: Women’s FA Cup: Manchester City 10-0 Ipswich Town, as Birmingham progress

BBC Sport staff writes: Manchester City fielded 10 senior internationals, along with England youth international Park, and were ultimately ruthlessly dominant.

The visitors were backed by more than 400 noisy travelling fans from Suffolk but trailed early on to Laura Coombs‘ opening goal on the counter-attack and the midfielder’s effort was added to by Germany’s Bremer and Park to give the hosts a 3-0 half-time lead.

Bremer, Park and Lionesses forward Stanway all completed their hat-tricks after the break, as interim boss Alan Mahon made it two wins from his two games in charge since Nick Cushing left to take up a job in the United States.


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Sky Sports: Manchester City 10-0 Ipswich: WSL leaders cruise into Women’s FA Cup quarter-finals

PA Media writes: Manchester City beat Ipswich 10-0 on Sunday as the Women’s Super League table-toppers easily saw off the fourth-tier team in the FA Cup.

The opening exchanges were dominated by City and the stalemate was broken in the 19th minute when Laura Coombs made it 1-0.

Manchester City’s momentum propelled them through the rest of the game with an incessant stream of goals right until the final minutes.

Germany’s Pauline Bremer started off her hat-trick by scoring in the 26th minute. This was closely followed by a strike from outside the box by Jess Park in the 30th minute, which gave City a 3-0 half-time lead.

East Anglian Daily Times: Brave Tractor Girls battered by top flight City in FA Cup 

Katy Sandalls writes: Ipswich Town Women put in a brave attempt against FA Cup holders Manchester City this afternoon, but it wasn’t enough to overcome the gulf in class between the two sides.

Joe Sheehan’s team came into the clash having scored 29 goals in the competition and having conceded only two.

But it could not have been a more different game against top-flight Man City, who sit four tiers above Ipswich in the women’s footballing pyramid.

The draw for the next round will take place on Monday 17 February at 8.45pm. We’ll bring you details of that as soon as we have them right here on

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