Ellen White broke England Women's all-time scoring record as the Lionesses recorded their biggest ever victory by crushing Latvia 20-0 in World Cup qualifying on Tuesday.
England women rewrite record books in 20-0 thrashing of Latvia
Ellen White became England women's all-time record goalscorer on Tuesday
White scored twice early on to take her level with and then past Kelly Smith's mark of 46 goals, before completing her hat-trick shortly after the break.
The Manchester City striker was one of four hat-trick-scorers on the night. Lauren Hemp netted four times, while Beth Mead and substitute Alessia Russo also registered trebles.
Beth England notched a brace, and there were also goals from Ella Toone, Georgia Stanway, Jess Carter, Jill Scott and Jordan Nobbs on a historic evening in Doncaster.
The result smashed the Lionesses previous record win of 13-0 against Hungary in 2005.
England also hit double figures last month when the sides met in Riga with a 10-0 win.
It was a sixth win from six Group D games for England, their first six fixtures under Sarina Wiegman - a sequence in which they have registered 53 goals and conceded none.
They lead Austria and Northern Ireland by five points with four qualifiers remaining.