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O'Sullivan cruises past Murphy - report & watch best shots
Five-time champion Ronnie O'Sullivan eased past Shaun Murphy 13-7 to reach the World Championship quarter-finals.
O'Sullivan led 10-6 overnight and breaks of 111, 67 and 55 on Saturday put him through to the last eight at the Crucible for the 18th time.
A century and three 70-plus breaks in Friday's opening session had put him 6-2 up - a lead he did not relinquish.
Defending champion Mark Selby begins his last-16 tie against China's Xiao Guodong at 19:00 BST.
In an extraordinary news conference following his first-round win over Gary Wilson, O'Sullivan had accused snooker authorities of "bullying and intimidation".
An already tasty encounter had further intrigue added to it by fellow Englishman and world number five Murphy, who dismissed his opponent's claims.
It seemed to fire O'Sullivan up, who looked focused and determined to produce a delightful performance in the first session, from which 2005 champion Murphy was unable to recover.
"I have practised for this tournament - given it six to seven weeks - but it does not necessarily mean you are going to play well. I have put my work in and hope to get stronger each match," said O'Sullivan.
"I don't pay attention to what anybody says. I come here, get into my own cocoon, and do what I have to do. It is a long slog - hard mentally, especially for me - but you just have to try your best."
After defeat on Saturday, Murphy said: "Any match against Ronnie is a test of your skills and you have to play at your absolute best to win. I did not.
"Ronnie played really, really well in the whole match and if he plays with that level of focus he will go on to win the title.
"I don't subscribe to the 'not being bothered' stuff. He certainly looks like he is trying."
In the next round, world number 12 O'Sullivan will face a Chinese opponent in either Ding Junhui or Liang Wenbo, with last year's runner-up Ding 9-7 ahead in that contest.