Nurnburg’s Hiroshi Kiyotake scores a goal 10 seconds after kick-off v Eintracht Braunschweig [Video]
Wow. That was fast!
An lightening quick goal was spotted in the Bundesliga on Saturday as Nurnburg beat Eintracht Braunschweig.
After the visitors went into the break 1-up, Nurnburg took precisely 10.07 seconds of the second half to level the match up.
Nurnburg’s Japanese star Hiroshi Kiyotake took just over 10 seconds after halftime to score his side’s equaliser, which was a new Bundesliga record for the fastest ever second half goal.
See the footage courtesy of the Bundesliga’s official YouTube channel below.
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