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Live Reporting

By Tom Garry

All times stated are UK

  1. Thanks for your company

    FT: Arsenal 8-0 Slavia Prague (13-2 agg)

    I'm off to get some reaction from the Arsenal camp, so this is where this live text coverage ends tonight.

    Thanks for joining me.

    A reminder - the draw for the quarter-finals will be held on Friday, 8 November (12:30 GMT).

  2. FULL-TIME

    Arsenal 8-0 Slavia Prague (13-2 agg)

    There's the full-time whistle, as Arsenal reach the quarter-finals in style.

  3. Post update

    Arsenal 8-0 Slavia Prague (13-2 agg)

    Two minutes of added time have been signalled...

  4. Post update

    Arsenal 8-0 Slavia Prague (13-2 agg)

    Let me just recap the scorers for you, as we enter the final minute of normal time.

    In the first leg in Prague, Vivianne Miedema scored four times and Kim Little added the fifth from the spot. Katerina Svitkova and Mia Persson pulled goals back late on for Slavia.

    Danielle Van de Donk opened the scoring tonight, before Little's penalty and Jill Roord's acrobatic effort, and Miedema made it 4-0 (9-2 agg) at half-time.

    Van de Donk added her second and third after the break, and now Miedema has done the same, all from close range.

  5. Post update

    Arsenal 8-0 Slavia Prague (13-2 agg)

    The attendance has been announced as 668 here at Borehamwood.

  6. GOAL: Arsenal 8-0 Slavia Prague (13-2 agg)

    Vivianne Miedema

    There's Vivianne Miedema's hat-trick!

    She tucks in at the far post to claim her seventh goal of this tie. This is now a cricket score.

  7. GREAT SAVE!

    Arsenal 7-0 Slavia Prague (12-2 agg)

    An acrobatic save from Slavia's Bara Votikova prevents the Gunners getting an eighth, as she does brilliantly to deny Scotland left-back Emma Mitchell from range.

  8. Post update

    Arsenal 7-0 Slavia Prague (11-2 agg)

    The Gunners are continuing to spread the ball about with confidence and style, as we enter the final 10 minutes.

    The only real question that remains is whether Vivianne Miedema can complete her hat-trick. Danielle Van de Donk got hers earlier, in case you've just joined me.

  9. GOAL: Arsenal 7-0 Slavia Prague (12-2 agg)

    Vivianne Miedema

    Too easy. Pass, pass, pass, pass from the Gunners, and at the end of the move, Vivianne Miedema has time and space to place the ball home from inside the area, unmarked.

    She's on a hat-trick now, and has scored six times in this tie.

  10. SUBSTITUTION

    Arsenal 6-0 Slavia Prague (11-2 agg)

    The English side make their third and final change as Austria's Viktoria Schnaderbeck replaces hat-trick star Danielle Van de Donk. Not a bad night for Arsenal's number seven!

    That hat-trick goal was Danielle van der Donk's 37th goal for Arsenal since joining in 2015 - not a bad return!

  11. GOAL: Arsenal 6-0 Slavia Prague (11-2 agg)

    Danielle Van de Donk

    Danielle Van de Donk

    It's a hat-trick! Danielle Van de Donk turns home from the far post at a corner and it's 11-2 on aggregate.

    Ruthless.

  12. Post update

    Arsenal 5-0 Slavia Prague (10-2 agg)

    The movement of Arsenal's Vivianne Miedema, Danielle Van de Donk and Beth Mead is on a level that the visitors just can't deal with. Not many teams can!

    Tougher tests await in the quarter-finals, but this has been a stylish performance from the Gunners.

  13. SUBSTITUTIONS)

    Arsenal 5-0 Slavia Prague (10-2 agg)

    Arsenal boss Joe Montemurro gives Kim Little and Lisa Evans well-earned rests

    Switzerland's Lia Walti and Scotland's Emma Mitchell come on instead.

  14. Post update

    Arsenal 5-0 Slavia Prague (10-2 agg)

    For those of you counting, the visitors would need to score eight times now to go through on away goals.

  15. GOAL: Arsenal 5-0 Slavia Prague (10-2 agg)

    Danielle Van de Donk

    Danielle Van de Donk

    The Netherlands' Danielle Van de Donk tucks in her second goal of the night on the rebound, after the ball bounces straight back to her off the post.

    The hosts almost walked that one in.

  16. Post update

    Arsenal 4-0 Slavia Prague (9-2 agg)

    The tempo has slowed a fraction since the break, with Arsenal in total control of the tie.

  17. Post update

    Arsenal 4-0 Slavia Prague (9-2 agg)

    England and Arsenal's Jordan Nobbs is sat just to the right of the press box, watching on, alongside her Gunners and Lionesses team-mate, who is a long-term absentee.

    We gather Nobbs is just being rested tonight, as the club carefully continue to manage her comeback from a lengthy knee injury sustained last term. She's been in good form in the league.

  18. Post update

    Arsenal 4-0 Slavia Prague (9-2 agg)

    Vivianne Miedema

    The Netherlands' Vivianne Miedema, who has scored five times in this tie including once tonight, on the stroke of half-time, has reached a landmark for the Gunners at a rapid rate.

    The 23-year-old has netted 50 times for the club in her first 50 starts.

    That's some return!

  19. Second half

    Arsenal 4-0 Slavia Prague (9-2 agg)

    The Gunners get the second half started.

  20. Can Gunners match this season's top scorers?

    HT: Arsenal 4-0 Slavia Prague (9-2 agg)

    Arsenal

    In case you're wondering, the biggest winning margin in the knockout phase of this season's Champions League is Wolfsburg's 10-0 win over Kosovan side Mitrovica in the last round (they went on to win 15-0 on aggregate).

    German side Wolfsburg recorded 9-0 and 7-0 wins over Russian club Ryazan-VDV in the last 32 for the biggest aggregate win of the tournament so far (16-0).

    So if the Gunners want to match those scores they will have to be ruthless after the break!