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MANCHESTER, England -- Alvaro Negredo and Edin Dzeko grabbed two goals each and Sergio Aguero scored on his return from injury as Manchester City swept to a 5-0 win over Blackburn in an FA Cup third-round replay on Wednesday. In taking its goal tally to 99 in all competitions already this season, City delivered another demonstration of its lethal firepower at Etihad Stadium to set up a fourth-round match at home to another second-tier team -- Watford. Citys largely second-string lineup took a while to get going, with Negredo opening the scoring in first-half injury time, but the Premier League side was irrepressible after the break. Aguero scored within a minute of coming on as a 72nd-minute substitute following a month out with a calf injury, capping a perfect night for City manager Manuel Pellegrini. "You saw the difference between a (League) Championship and a Premier League team," Blackburn manager Gary Bowyer said. "That was clinical ... Its phenomenal." The 1-1 draw at Ewood Park on Jan. 4 was the only time City had failed to win in its last 10 matches and this replay will have been an irritation for Pellegrini, with his teams fixture schedule clogged up due to its continued involvement in four competitions this season. For that reason, he fielded a shadow side except for Fernandinho in central midfield and the twin strikeforce of Dzeko and Negredo, who have been in great form during the eight-game absence of Aguero. Negredo, in particular, has been proved unstoppable this season and the Spain striker took his tally in five months in English football to 20 goals with a header that lit up an otherwise forgettable first half. Jesus Navas set clear Fernandinho down the right and the Brazilians cross to the back post was headed forcefully into the net by Negredo. The second half was a different story as City cut loose. Negredo scampered onto a curling, crossfield pass by substitute Aleksandar Kolarov to clip a finish high into the net in the 47th minute and Dzeko expertly turned in Navas cut-back to make it 3-0 in the 67th. Aguero, who has been out since Dec. 14, came on to a great reception and was soon celebrating a goal as he swiveled to shoot low into the net from Dzekos pass. Dzeko had the final say from another Navas cross in the 79th. City scored four or more goals in a game for the 11th time this season. It has 64 goals in 16 home matches. Pelicans Jerseys 2020 . With the final four being arguably the four best – and most complete – teams from the regular season, picking a winner is not as easy as it sounds. Peja Stojakovic Jersey . They actually finished with a better record in ‘07 than they did in ‘06 but only marginally, going from 61 victories to 66. https://www.cheappelicans.com/815u-brandon-ingram-jersey-pelicans.html . 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"I wasnt vomiting or anything, but there were a couple of times where I felt nauseous out on the course," Hadley said. "I went to bed. I watched maybe three minutes of the Duke-Carolina game. I fell right asleep and I woke up ready to go about 5:30, 6, and I never really went back to sleep, just kind of tossed and turned. " Making his 13th PGA Tour start, the 26-year-old Hadley birdied the final two holes for a 5-under 67. Hes the first rookie winner since Jordan Spieth in July in the John Deere Classic. "Its incredible. Its a dream come true," Hadley said. "This is what you dream of as a 6-year-old out in the bunker, hitting bunker shots on the range. "It hasnt sunk in yet. Itll be nice to sleep on it and wake up in the morning knowing Im a PGA Tour champion and nobody can ever take that away from me." Hadley finished at 21-under 267 and earned $630,000, a two-year tour exemption and spots in The Players Championship, PGA Championship and Tournament of Champions. He will move into the mid-60s in the world ranking, giving him a chance to get into the Masters if he can crack the top 50 at the end of the Texas Open. "It opens up a lot of doors," Hadley said. "It guarantees me a major. Ive never played in a major beforee.dddddddddddd" He birdied three of the first five holes, chipping in on the par-5 fifth. "Its all about the start and I got off to a great start," Hadley said. "Probably the shot that won me the tournament was the chip in on 5. I mean I was dead over there and I hit the nastiest little nipper over there, and it snuck in the left door." Lee birdied three of the last four holes for a 68. The South Korean-born New Zealander won the 2008 U.S. Amateur and also has European and Web.com victories. "I really felt like I did my best. I gave it my best, but Chesson was just playing rock solid," Lee said. "He made a couple of good up-and-downs from bad tee shots. When he plays like that, its just really hard to catch. He just didnt make any silly mistakes at all." Hadley won twice last year on the Web.com Tour, taking the Rex Hospital Open in his hometown of Raleigh, N.C., and the season-ending Web.com Tour Championship. In Raleigh, the former Georgia Tech player began the final round five strokes behind Lee and closed with a 64 for a two-stroke victory. "The two wins last year, that helps a lot because youre there, youve learned how to win, you learn how not to choke, and theres a lot going on," Hadley said. Ben Martin shot a 66 to finish third at 17 under. "Im very happy with the way I played today," Martin said. "Just kind of get back out there, get the juices flowing a little bit. Really, the first time that Ive had that this year." David Toms was another stroke back along with Carl Pettersson, Jason Gore, Wes Roach and Richard H. Lee. Roach and Lee shot 67, Toms and Pettersson 69, and Gore 70. ' ' '