Ipswich City reached the third spherical of the FA Cup for the primary time since being relegated to League One in 2019 as they cruised previous non-league Buxton at a wet Portman Highway.
Conor Chaplin put them in entrance from Wes Burns’ well-placed go after which was concerned within the build-up as Gassan Ahadme marked his first begin for the membership by doubling the lead.
Ahadme hit the submit with a glancing header after the break, whereas Shaun Brisley was off beam when properly positioned in a uncommon assault by his opponents, whose solely round-three look was 70 years in the past.
Chaplin scored his second, from 20 yards, when Buxton solely halved a Kane Vincent-Younger cross, and substitute Kayden Jackson gained the ball from Sean Newton earlier than slotting within the fourth simply earlier than the top.
Ipswich boss Kieran McKenna made 5 adjustments to the facet that began their first-round win at Bracknell, whereas Buxton gave a debut to right-back Max Conway, who was introduced in on mortgage from Bolton Wanderers on Friday.
After a minute’s applause for former Ipswich, Liverpool and England striker David Johnson, who not too long ago died aged 71, City quickly pressed ahead as they appeared to make use of the tempo of Burns and Kyle Edwards on the wings to attempt to open up the guests.
Ahadme, signed from Burton Albion within the final switch window, headed large from 10 yards when unmarked at a nook, whereas Chaplin pressured a superb low save from goalkeeper Theo Richardson as he appeared to finish a run of 12 video games with no purpose.
Cameron Humphreys clipped the highest of the bar with a 20-yard effort however Buxton’s protection was lastly damaged when Burns discovered Chaplin and he made house to beat Richardson together with his left foot.
Buxton was nonetheless recovering from that when Chaplin fed Kyle Edwards and his sloppy cross was headed in by Ahadme from three yards as City produced 17 makes an attempt at purpose within the half to certainly one of their Nationwide League North opponents.
With a league sport towards Fleetwood on Friday probably in thoughts, McKenna despatched on Tawanda Chirewa and Albie Armin, aged 19 and 18 respectively, for the second half – each of whom had solely beforehand appeared within the EFL Trophy.
Chirewa was quickly booked for a foul on Declan Poole however then warmed the palms of Richardson with a strong drive from 30 yards, earlier than Chaplin’s emphatic end into the highest nook made it three.
One other 19-year-old, Matt Ward, made his Ipswich debut off the bench when Ahadme acquired a break earlier than Jackson gained the ball in Buxton’s half and strolled by to cap off a dominant show.
Ipswich head coach Kieran McKenna advised BBC Radio Suffolk:
“We wished to enter the subsequent spherical and do it professionally, rating just a few objectives and hold a clear sheet, so all of the bins are ticked.
“Buxton have been properly organised, defended properly, put their our bodies on the road, they did not make it simple and saved going during the sport.
“Conor is a goalscorer and would not wish to go with out it for some time and he was actually eager to get on the scoresheet.
“He took up good positions all sport and acquired his objectives from good areas off the again of the primary striker.”
Buxton boss Jamie Vermiglio advised BBC Radio Derby:
“To get to the second spherical is a unbelievable achievement for a non-league membership. It is only a disgrace we could not give the followers a purpose or one thing to cheer about – not that they wanted it.
“I’ve by no means seen something like that, the observe by was superb, they did not cease the entire sport. On the finish it was fairly emotional to see them singing on the prime of their lungs. Moments like this do not occur fairly often.
“Ipswich are prime. Might we’ve got been a bit braver on the ball? Possibly. However they press so properly, with intent, it is very tough to place three or 4 passes collectively.
“Different groups have been torn aside by them. We tried to be cussed, and we have been for the primary half-hour, (however) it is exhausting once you concede.”
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Match ends, Ipswich City 4, Buxton 0.
Second half ends, Ipswich City 4, Buxton 0.
Foul by Tawanda Chirewa (Ipswich City).
Connor Kirby (Buxton) wins a free kick on the proper wing.
Objective! Ipswich City 4, Buxton 0. Kayden Jackson (Ipswich City) proper footed shot from exterior the field to the underside left nook.
Try missed. Matt Ward (Ipswich City) header from the middle of the field is excessive and large to the left. Assisted by Albie Armin with a cross.
Foul by Kane Vincent-Younger (Ipswich City).
Harry Bunn (Buxton) wins a free kick in their very own half.
Foul by Kayden Jackson (Ipswich City).
Jake Moult (Buxton) wins a free kick in their very own half.
Try saved. Conor Chaplin (Ipswich City) header from the proper facet of the six yards is saved within the prime heart of the purpose.
Change, Buxton. Jason Gilchrist replaces Lindon Meikle.
Substitution, Ipswich City. Matt Ward replaces Gassan Ahadme.
Try missed. Tawanda Chirewa (Ipswich City) proper footed shot from exterior the field is shut, however misses the highest proper nook. Assisted by Kyle Edwards.
Change, Buxton. Matthew Sargent replaces Max Conway because of damage.
Try blocked. Sean Newton (Buxton) left footed shot from the middle of the field is blocked.
Nook, Buxton. Developed by Luke Woolfenden.
Try blocked. Harry Bunn (Buxton) proper footed shot from the left facet of the field is blocked.
Try missed. Max Conway (Buxton) left footed shot from a tough angle on the left misses to the proper. Assisted by Scott Boden.
Kayden Jackson (Ipswich City) wins a free kick on the proper wing.
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