Arsenal breezed into the Women’s Champions League quarter-finals after thrashing Slavia Prague 8-0 in their last-16 second leg, going through 13-2 on aggregate.
Danielle van de Donk and Vivianne Miedema both struck hat-tricks, while Jill Roord’s effort was the pick of the bunch alongside Kim Little’s penalty.
The Gunners led 5-2 from the first leg after Dutch striker Miedema scored four goals in the Czech Republic last week.
Arsenal struck the woodwork three times before half-time, underlining their dominance, while Slavia keeper Bara Votikova made a string of fine saves.
It was 4-0 at the interval thanks to Van de Donk’s low shot, Little’s penalty, Jill Roord’s acrobatic strike and Miedema’s composed opening finish.
The Netherlands’ Miedema and her compatriot Van de Donk both completed their hat-tricks from close range during the second period.
Miedema took her overall Arsenal tally to 52 goals from her first 50 starts for the Women’s Super League champions.
The Czech side had reached the last eight in Europe three times in the past four campaigns, but were no match for Arsenal.