By Claire Bloomfield For The Daily Mail
Published: 16:11 GMT, 1 December 2019 | Updated: 21:03 GMT, 1 December 2019
History-making Vivianne Miedema single-handedly pushed Arsenal back to the summit of the WSL, scoring six goals and making four assists.
The architect to the biggest ever margin of victory in the top flight was prolific striker Miedema, who became the first player to net a double hat-trick in the WSL.
‘I can’t remember doing it before but probably when I was really young,’ laughed the Dutch international at the inevitable question.
Arsenal beat Bristol City with Vivianne Miedema scoring the first-ever WSL double hat-trick
Lisa Evans opened the scoring for the Gunners and finished the match with a brace
ARSENAL (3-5-2): Zinsberger; Williamson (Maier 66), Beattie (Quinn 66), Schnaderbeck, Walti, Nobbs, Van de Donk, Roord, Evans, Miedema (Mitchell 70), Mead
Subs not used: Peyraud-Magnin, Little
Goalscorers: Evans (7, 60), Williamson (10), Miedema (15, 32, 36, 51, 56, 64), Nobbs (54), Mitchell (80)
BRISTOL CITY (5-4-1): Baggaley; Dykes, Sargeant, Brown, Matthews, Allen (Collis 57), Daniels, Humphrey, Chance, Wellings (Robinson 81), Salmon (Wilson 68)
Subs not used: Cumings, Evans, Pattinson, Collis, Sanford