By Alex Suskind
July 26, 2014

It took Mineros striker Gustavo Ramirez all of four seconds into Friday night's match against Necaxa to score a goal (or "goooaaaaaaaaaall," if you prefer). Mineros went on to win the game 1-0. In case you're wondering, the record for the world's fastest goal is currently held by Al Hilal forward Nawaf Al Abed, whose 2009 strike against Al Shoalah took just two seconds to find the back of the net.

[Daily Mail]

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