It took simply 6 seconds for A/C Milan to lead versus Sassuolo on Sunday– the quickest goal in the history of Serie A.
Rafael Leao composed his name into the record books when Hakan Calhanoglu drove into the Sassuolo half directly from kickoff and discovered Leao, who cut through the opposition defense to score with specifically 6.2 seconds on the clock.
It not just beat the previous record in Italian football set by Paolo Poggi, however likewise ended up being the fastest goal ever scored in Europe’s leading 5 leagues.
A/C Milan, without the hurt Zlatan Ibrahimovic, went on to win 2-1 thanks to a 2nd goal from Alexis Saelemaekers midway through the very first half.
Domenico Berardi’s late free-kick showed just an alleviation for the house side.
The win ways Milan is one point ahead of competitor Inter at the top of Serie A and 4 clear of Serie A champ Juventus in 3rd.
Poggi, who formerly held the Serie A record when he scored after 8 seconds for Piacenza in December 2001, enthusiastically turned over his distinction to 21-year-oldLeao
“Congratulations to @RafaeLeao7 for beating, or rather, shattering, my record for the fastest goal in @SerieA after 19 years. Well done,” he composed onTwitter