Fastest Football Goals In The History Of Ever

Fastest Football Goals In The History Of Ever

Nicklas Bendtner, Arsenal vs Tottenham Hotspur: 1.8 seconds
Nicklas Bendtner’s 1.8-second goal is technically the fastest goal scored by a substitute in the Premier League. Not many footballers can claim to break a previously held record with their first Premier League goal, but that is just what Bendtner did. The Danish striker scored for Arsenal against Tottenham Hotspur, heading a corner from Cesc Fabregas in just 1.8 seconds after coming on as a substitute for Emmanuel Eboue.

Marc Burrows, Cowes Sports vs Eastleigh: 2 seconds
Playing for Cowes Sport at the time, Marc Burrows scored an incredible goal in just 2 seconds against Eastleigh. He spotted the goalkeeper off his line and shot straight from the kick-off after one of his colleagues set him up. With the wind behind the ball, it landed straight into the net. Tragically, Burrows passed away in 2009 at the age of 30 after being diagnosed with cancer.

Nawaf Al Abed, Al-Hilal vs Al Shoalah: 2.4 seconds
Nawaf Al Abed is credited with scoring one of the fastest goals on the planet, having scored in just 2.4 seconds. In a game against Al Shoalah, Al Abed spotted the goalkeeper out of position and took a shot from the midfield. Surprisingly, the ball ended up in the net and Al Hilal went on to win the game 4-0.

Ricardo Olivera, Rio Negro vs Soriano : 2.8 seconds
Ricardo de Oliveira is a Brazilian professional footballer who plays as a striker for Clube Atlético Mineiro. He hold the record for The world’s fastest goal listed by the Guinness book of records which was 2.8 seconds for Rio Negro against Soriano on December 26 1998. but now his record is broken by Marc Burrows.

Tim Cahill, New York Red Bulls vs Houston Dynamo: 7 seconds
The Australian player Tim Cahill is credited with scoring the fastest goal in MLS history in just 7 seconds. After the kick-off, the ball was passed to Dax McCarty, who launched it towards Cahill. The Australian caught the ball and ripped it over the goalkeeper’s head and into the back of the net. The New York Red Bulls went on to win 3-0 against Houston Dynamo.

Roy Makaay, Bayern Munich v Real Madrid: 10 seconds
Former Dutch striker Roy Makaay again just took 10 seconds to hit the back of the net when he was playing for Bayern Munich. He bamboozled the former Real Madrid defender Roberto Carlos to receive a cross from Hasan Salihamidžić and tucked it away into the net as the fastest ever Champions League goal. Bayern Munich went on to defeat Real Madrid and knock them out of the competition.

Ledley King, Tottenham Hotspur v Bradford City: 10 seconds
It’s not just strikers who can hit the back of the net. In December 2000, former Tottenham defender Ledley King netted the fastest goal in Premier League history in his efforts against Bradford City, which was in the highest echelons of soccer at the time. Having taken the kick-off himself, King found himself just 25 yards from the goal and struck the ball hard. It took a wicked deflection, which carried it straight into the back of the net and thus, King secured himself a place in history.

Alan Shearer, Newcastle United v Manchester City: 10.4 seconds
When you think about Premier League goals, you can never avoid mentioning Alan Shearer as he is the league’s all-time top goal scorer. Playing for his beloved Newcastle United, Shearer managed to score after just 10.4 seconds against Manchester City back in 2003.

Mark Viduka, Leeds United v Charlton Athletic: 11.1 seconds
The former Australian international Mark Viduka is a prolific goal scorer. One of the reasons why he is so famous is the fact that he netted 4 goals against the mighty Liverpool. He also scored one of the fastest goals in Premier League history in 2001 against Charlton Athletic when he found the net in just 11.1 seconds.

Dwight Yorke, Aston Villa v Coventry City: 13 seconds
Before he formed a wonderful partnership with Andy Cole at Manchester United, Dwight Yorke was knocking in goals for Aston Villa. In 1995, the Trinidadian striker found the net just 13 seconds after the game started against Coventry City when Ian Taylor sent a superb cross.

Jesus Navas, Manchester City v Tottenham Hotspur: 14 seconds
It took just 14 seconds for the Manchester City winger Jesus Navas to put one past Spur in November 2013. From the kick-off, City pressed Spurs and kept the French goalkeeper Hugo Lloris under pressure, who cleared the ball which fell to City’s Sergio Aguero and he unleashed a shot. Lloris saved brilliantly, but it went straight to Navas who, from a nearly impossible angle, lifted the ball over Lloris’s head and it went straight into the net. City went on to thrash the Spurs by 6-0.

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