Women's Super League: Miedema scores six, sets up four more in Arsenal's record win

Arsenal beat Bristol City 11-1 in Sunday's Women's Super League clash to set a record, with Vivianne Miedema scoring a double hat-trick.

Vivianne Miedema in action for Arsenal Women against Bristol City Women on Sunday.   -  Getty Images

Vivianne Miedema scored six times as Arsenal thrashed Bristol City 11-1 to record the biggest victory in the Women's Super League history. 

The Netherlands international netted a hat-trick in both halves and assisted four more at Meadow Park to beat her own record for goal involvements by one player in a WSL match.

Jordan Nobbs, Leah Williamson and Emma Mitchell also scored, while Lisa Evans converted twice as Arsenal - which beat Bristol City 7-0 in the Women's League Cup 10 days ago - moved to the top of the division in style.

The previous record margin of victory was held by Liverpool, who beat Doncaster Rover Belles 9-0 in August 2013.

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