OXFORD United set a new club record for their biggest away win in the Football League - but Karl Robinson does not even think it was their best performance of the season.

Tariqe Fosu hit a hat-trick as the U's ran out 6-0 winners at Lincoln City.

Jamie Mackie, James Henry and Matty Taylor also found the net on a sensational afternoon at Sincil Bank.

It beat United's previous biggest League win, which stood at 5-1.

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Robinson was thrilled, but felt his side had been threatening to run riot for a while.

He said: "It was just another good performance for us.

"I don’t think we’ve played any different in recent games. I think we were more dominant at Blackpool (a 2-1 defeat last month).

"We just found a rhythm and I’ve said before Tariqe is one of the best players I’ve signed, if I can keep him in that mindset there’s not many better than him.

"The icing on the cake for us was Tayls getting that goal.

"You could see what that meant to him and the players knew as well."

He added: "I’m really pleased with the way we’ve gone about this.

"To set the biggest ever away league win, they are the little things you keep with you for the rest of your career.

"It’s something that can stand for a long time."