Enric Gallego needed only 15 seconds to open the scoring in the Canarian derby yesterday. The blue and white attacker scored the earliest goal against Las Palmas in the history of the Canarian regional rivalry duel.
In addition, Gallego is the top scorer for CD Tenerife in the Canary Islands derby, with four goals, as the journalist recalls airam gomez. Curiously, the four goals he has achieved in just two games, yesterday and in the second leg of the play-off for promotion last year.
“I was lucky to see the goal early -two goals in the first five minutes-, but the important thing is the three points and the great work that the team has done throughout the game”, he stressed.
To find the fastest goal in the history of football, at least the one listed in the Guinness Book of Records, you have to travel to Uruguay.
There, Ricardo Olivera scored a goal in just 2.8 seconds at the local goal, when there was still no rule of being able to take out with just one touch (being able to shoot directly at goal). It happened in 1998, playing with the Río Negro Departmental team against the Soriano Interior Departmental team in the Uruguay National Team Cup.