Gustavo Ramirez Scores Fastest Goal in Mexican History in Mineros vs. Necaxa

BR-UK StaffFeatured Columnist IVJuly 26, 2014

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It took Mineros all of four seconds to score against Necaxa during their Mexican second-division meeting on Friday, as Gustavo Ramirez scored straight from the kick-off.

The strike proved to be the eventual winner, with the next 89 minutes and 56 seconds failing to produce another goal.

It was also reportedly the fastest goal in Mexican football history. It certainly seems like that will be a tough record to top.

[LIGA Bancomer MX, H/T Daily Mail]

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