Vivianne Miedema’s Women’s Super League dominance continued Sunday as the Arsenal striker became the first player in the league to reach 100 goal contributions.
The 25-year-old achieved the mark with a goal in the 31st minute of Arsenal’s 4-2 win over Birmingham City.
VIVIANNE MIEDEMA! THE FIRST PLAYER TO REACH 100 WSL GOAL CONTRIBUTIONS! 🤯🔴 2-0 🟡 (31) @BarclaysFAWSL 🏆 pic.twitter.com/2ERFkZjUr3— Arsenal Women (@ArsenalWFC) March 6, 2022
VIVIANNE MIEDEMA! THE FIRST PLAYER TO REACH 100 WSL GOAL CONTRIBUTIONS! 🤯🔴 2-0 🟡 (31) @BarclaysFAWSL 🏆 pic.twitter.com/2ERFkZjUr3
Miedema is the WSL’s all-time leading scorer with 70 goals and has the third-most assists with 30.
With the win, Arsenal extended its league atop the league table with 37 points, eight points clear of rivals Chelsea.