GEORGIA STANWAY will be playing in the next stage of the UEFA Women's Champions League after her Man City side swept aside Fiorentina in the Round of 16.
Stanway played in the back four, and helped her City side keep a clean sheet as they recorded a 5-0 win over the Italian side.
Braces from Ellen White and Sam Mewis alongside a Caroline Weir penalty ensured Gareth Taylor's side left Tuscany with an 8-0 win on aggregate.
After City picked up their eighth win in a row, Head Coach Taylor hailed his team's attacking output.
He told the club's website: "“I thought the way we managed the game from the first to the last minute was excellent.
“We scored some good goals, made some great decisions around the edge of the box and all the players contributed.
“That has been one of the biggest shifts I have seen this season, our decision making in the final third. Earlier in the season that was an area we needed to improve on.
“You can see now, because we put the players in those situations a lot both in training and matches, that there is a bit of thought process that goes behind it now."
City will now be in Friday's quarter and semi-final draw, where they could be pitted against French giants Lyon, who are looking for their sixth consecutive title.
Taylor commented: "We are in the quarter-finals, so are other very good teams. We are a good footballing team that can score goals. We have earned the right to be there, but it doesn’t guarantee anything.
"We wanted to get to this point as a minimum because we haven’t been here for a while, so it's a pat on the back for the players, but we want more." 
City's next game is in the WSL, as they face Bristol City next Wednesday.