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Bournemouth cruises past Swansea in FA Cup

In an epic encounter at their home ground, AFC Bournemouth stunningly secured their place in the FA Cup fifth round with a resounding 5-0 win against Swansea City. The match, played on a brisk Thursday evening, saw Luis Sinisterra shine brilliantly, contributing significantly to Bournemouth's commanding victory.

Early domination

The Cherries set the tone early in the game with a goal in the seventh minute. Defender Lloyd Kelly capitalized on a free-kick from David Brooks, striking the ball into the net at the far post. This early lead set the stage for what was to become a dominant display by Bournemouth.

Welsh winger David Brooks continued to be instrumental, assisting in the second goal scored by young English talent Alex Scott. Approximately around the penalty spot, Scott fired a powerful shot into the net after an excellent setup by Brooks, doubling the lead for Bournemouth.

Sinisterra's stellar performance

The highlight of the night was Luis Sinisterra, whose performance was nothing short of spectacular. Within the first fifteen minutes, he had already made his mark by scoring the third goal for Bournemouth. After intercepting a careless ball from Swansea, Sinisterra skillfully cut in from the left and curled the ball into the far corner, showcasing his precision and flair.

Brooks and Solanke seal the deal

The relentless pressure from Bournemouth continued with David Brooks finding the net ten minutes before half-time. Executing a swift counter-attack, Brooks expertly placed the ball into the far corner, taking the score to an unassailable 4-0.

Dominic Solanke added to Swansea's woes by scoring the fifth goal just before the break. Sinisterra, once again in the thick of the action, provided the assist, allowing Solanke to tap in at the far post. The second half of the match saw Bournemouth maintain their dominance, though no further goals were added. The final whistle confirmed a 5-0 victory for Bournemouth, a result that not only signifies their strength but also their potential in this season's FA Cup. While Justin Kluivert remained a substitute for Bournemouth, the team showed their depth and quality, leaving Swansea with much to ponder.