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Swansea City 1-5 Manchester United The FA Youth Cup Fifth Round Thursday 2 February 2012 Liberty Stadium, Swansea City FC Fifth Round Results | Sixth Round Fixtures Gyliano van Velzen scored twice as Manchester United romped to a 5-1 win over Swansea in The FA Youth Cup Fifth Round on Thursday night. The Dutch U17 international scored either side of half-time and was joined on the scoresheet by Jack Barmby, Sam Byrne and Tyler Blackett. Most of the damage was done in the first half as the reigning champions led 3-0 at the interval at the Liberty Stadium. Barmby provided the crucial breakthrough in the 38th minute when he slotted the ball past an onrushing Oliver Davies from Nicolas Ioannou's pass. And the lead was doubled just two minutes later when Mats Daelhi unselfishly squared the ball to Van Velzen who made no mistake with an easy tap-in. And there was still time for Irish striker Byrne to slide the ball past Davies and into the back of the net in first-half injury time after neat build up play between Barmby and Van Velzen. Van Velzen then grabbed his second four minutes after the break to put the tie beyond doubt. But a defensive mix-up and a loose header by captain Blackett allowed James Loveridge to pull one back for the home side. But Blackett made amends and sealed United's emphatic victory with a beautiful free kick in the dying moments of the game. United advance to the quarter final stage where they have a home tie against the winners of the Charlton and Tottenham tie on a fortnight. To find out more about the The FA Cup visit: http://thefa.com/TheFACup/FACompetitions/TheFACup The FA Cup on Facebook http://www.facebook.com/TheFACup Follow us on Twitter http://twitter.com/fatvofficial tags Swansea 1-5 Manchester United "Swansea 1-5 Manchester United" "FA Youth Cup" fayc 5-1 highlights goals "Gyliano van Velzen" "Mats Daelhi" Barmby Football Sports Chelsea Soccer Goal Liverpool Camp Arsenal Champions League England City "Association Football" "Chelsea F.C."