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Jamar Loza, a Norwich under-21 striker, scored after only 14 seconds to give his side the lead over Sunderland during their Monday matchup in the Barclays U21 Premier League.
The Black Cats, who had the ball at kickoff but lost it straight away, went on to concede when Loza received the ball about 30 yards from goal, and released his shot passed keeper Joel Dixon from within 16 yards.
The 20 year old Jamaican, who has returned from a loan stint at Leyton Orient, and had already scored the winning goal in his team’s victory against Everton U21s during last week’s round, scored the opener in a 3-0 win.
Watch Jamar Loza score for Norwich U21s after 14 seconds below.
- Updated: March 11, 2014