Monday, 2 December 2019


Arsenal recorded the biggest victory in Women's Super League history with an amazing 11-1 thrashing of Bristol City

The Gunners set a new league history in women's super league with the trashing of Bristol City.

Arsenal are now atop The league table courtesy of the 11-1 bashing of the Bristol City side. The previous biggest women's super league score line was 9-0 when Liverpool beat Doncaster Belles in 2013.

Vivianne Miedema, Netherlands striker got six and made a further four assists in a brilliant individual performance.

Leah Williamson, Jordan Nobbs and substitute Emma Mitchell were on the score sheet and Lisa Evans got a brace on her name.

Bristol City goalkeeper had to pick the ball 7 times against Arsenal in the Continental League Cup just 10 days ago, but the scoreline wouldn't have been predicted as both teams filed at a full strength.

The Gunners had a total of 32 shots on and off target, 17 were on target.

They were third on the table before the start of the match, and they were needing an eight goal winning margin to go above Chelsea and Manchester City.

Miedema assisted the first two goals with her pin point crosses, setting up Evans and Williamson before she slotted home a hat-trick to put Arsenal 5-0 up at half time.

She got her fourth and fifth either side of assisting Nobbs' goal, then provided the assist for Evans again and then got her sixth goal in the 64th minute of the game.

Emma Mitchell, Scotland left back got the 11th goal.

Yana Daniels got the consolation goal for Bristol City with just six minutes to the end of the match via a rebound from a penalty saved by Manuela Zinsberger who had given the spot-kick away.

Miedema joined Arsenal from Bayern Munich in 2017 and has scored more goals in the space.of 49 minutes against Bristol City than she had in the previous seven league games altogether.

Top goalscorer and highest assist provided in the WSL with 10 goals to her name and seven assists already.

"I don't even know what to say. Obviously getting a result like this is really good for us. I thought we played really well", the Netherlands Striker said.

"I was actually happier assisting the other girls today. I love setting up goals. It just feels good." She continued.

Tanya Oxtoby, Bristol City manager was very livid at his girl's performance. He term their performance as "completely unacceptable", and described the players and staff as devastated.

"We need to move on because, from my perspective, there is nothing to be learned from that. We didn't do what we asked in terms of our game plan." she said.


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