Neil Robertson the highest seed left in the draw blew away his Chinese opponent Lu Ning 6-0.
The Aussie is in tremendous form and will be looking to add to his 15 ranking titles this week.
The second whitewash of the day came as the Belgian bullet Luca Brecel saw off Iranian Hossein Vafaei.
The battle of the Scots was won by the former Masters champion Alan McManus.
Angles had lead 5-1 but McGill never knows when he’s beat battled hard and won the next two frames but ultimately the damage was done and the experienced McManus booked his place in the quarter final where he will face a contrast in styles when he takes on Brecel.
By Emma Maflin
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