Southampton attacker, Shane Long has Tuesday written history in the Premier League. The Irishman scored during the uitduel with Watford after seven seconds, the fastest goal ever at the highest English level.
Long chased directly after the kick-off of Watford, intercepted the ball and devoured Watford goalkeeper Ben Foster with a subtle lobe.
The 32-year-old Long improved a nineteen-year-old record in the name of Ledley King, who in 2000 ten seconds needed to on behalf of Tottenham Hotspur to score against Bradford City.
In 2003, it was Alan Shearer on behalf of Newcastle United against Manchester City following a ten count is accurate, but his goal was a fraction later than that of King.
Last year it was Christian Eriksen on behalf of Tottenham is already close to the record of King. The old-following his departure to chelsea, scored after eleven count against Manchester United.
Watford – Tuesday, with Daryl Janmaat in the base began and Southampton are virtually played in the Premier League. The Southampton coach Ralph Hasenhüttl can in theory still degrade.
0.07 – At just seven minutes, Shane Long’s strike against Watford has been the fastest ever scored in @premierleague history. Record. #WATSOU
AvatarAuteurOptaJoeMoment of plaatsen18:55 – 23 april 2019
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