ARSENAL fans were left drooling after Katie McCabe buried an incredible free-kick in the North London derby.
It took just four minutes for the Ireland skipper to show her set-piece prowess against Tottenham.
A free-kick from the far right of the pitch was launched over the wall before bending and dipping into the far corner.
The motionless goalkeeper, Becky Spencer, couldn't help but watch the ball ping off the post and fly into the net.
It's no surprise the clip is doing the rounds on social media and has sent Gunners fans into meltdown.
Twitter user KayPea wrote: "Absolute pin-point precision.
Another fan described the Ireland skipper as "Xhaka-esque".
Stuart Punnett added: "Beautiful goal, absolute class!"
McCabe set Vivianne Miedema up for her second goal with another clever free-kick before the break.
Miedema broke the all-time WSL scoring record against Spurs on Sunday, as she took her tally up to 52 goals in just 50 games.
Australian star Caitlin Foord also found the net twice at Borehamwood before Lucia Leon headed home a late consolation for Tottenham.
The Gunners ran out 6-1 winners, continuing their perfect start to the top-flight ahead of the international break.
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