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Vivianne Miedema: Arsenal striker insists she can get better after becoming all-time WSL top scorer | Football News

Arsenal striker Vivianne Miedema insists she can get better despite becoming the Women’s Super League all-time leading goalscorer.

The forward’s hat-trick against rivals Tottenham just before the international break took her to 52 goals in England’s top division – at a rate of more than a goal a game – going ahead of Nikita Parris’ record in just 50 matches.

Miedema told Sky Sports News: “To get the 50th goal out of the way is nice and I appreciate everything said.

“I’m in form and I’ve shown it over the last three seasons. I also know that I can be better than I am now and I want to look back in five or six years’ time and think ‘yeah, that was an amazing time at Arsenal’.”

The WSL season was curtailed in February when the coronavirus pandemic struck, meaning players went months without the regular football activities.

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Miedema scored a hat-trick as Arsenal Women demolished Tottenham Women to claim the north London bragging rights last month

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