George Williams became the youngest ever MK Dons scorer as his side cruised to FA Cup victory over Nantwich Town.
Mathias Kouo-Doumbe's header put the Dons ahead before Dean Bowditch scored after a one-two with Angelo Balanta.
Bowditch curled home a 20-yard free-kick for 3-0 and Daniel Powell extended the lead by slotting past Jonny Brain.
James O'Shea fired into the top corner for 5-0 before substitute Williams, 16, completed the rout as he took the ball around Brain and calmly finished.
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Nantwich Town manager Jimmy Quinn told BBC Radio Stoke:
MK Dons manager Karl Robinson told BBC Three Counties radio:
"I thought the players' attitude was magnificent, the way they moved the ball, the way we passed the ball. We were a credit to the industry the way we conducted ourselves and the way they conducted themselves.
"Forget the goal, he [16-year-old George Williams] held the ball up three or four times and looked like a seasoned professional, he plays like he is in his mid-20s.
"And the goal, to put a goalkeeper of that quality on the floor, go round him and do what he did, the kid is exceptional."
"These games show what quality we have got and Nantwich came here and made life difficult for us."
"I said to the lads that we needed to keep a clean sheet for the first 20 minutes and we did that for 26 minutes.
"Unfortunately their second goal put us back a bit, but the lads kept going and we didn't drop our heads.
"It's been a great journey and the players have done magnificently to get us to this stage."