Manchester City easily advanced into the FA Cup semifinals after thrashing Championship leaders Burnley at Etihad Stadium with Erling Haaland's second hat-trick in as many days.
Haaland added three more goals to his five he scored against RB Leipzig in the Champions League, bringing his season total to 42. Just two goals separate him from Ruud van Nistelrooy and Mohamed Salah's record for the most goals scored for an English top-flight team during a single season during the Premier League era.
On a depressing night for former City captain Vincent Kompany, whose Burnley team has raced 13 points clear at the top of the Championship, Julian Alvarez added two goals and replacement Cole Palmer also scored. While playing effectively in the first half, the Clarets were unable to match Haaland's incredible efficiency in front of goal. The draw for the FA Cup semi-finals takes place on Sunday following Brighton's tie against Grimsby Town.