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United States women's national team forward Tobin Heath scored her first goal in an Arsenal shirt on Thursday. Heath, who recently signed with with the club last month, had racked up an assist in FA Women's Super League play and was still in search of her first goal before Thursday's UEFA Women's Champions League tie against Hoffenheim. 

Arsenal captain Kim Little converted a penalty kick in the 20th minute to open Arsenal's, and Heath extended the lead later on. Take a look at Heath's goal that came just before halftime:

Arsenal went on to win the match 4-0 with additional goals from Vivianne Miedema and Leah Williamson. The club will have their next Champions League on Nov. 10 when the Gunners face HB Koge away as Group C action continues.

FC Barcelona currently leads the group with six points, with Arsenal and Hoffenheim in second and third, respectively, with 3 points. Last-place HB Koge are desperate for a win, and have zero points in the group.