Hakan Sukur of Turkey scored the fastest goal in World Cup history when he scored a goal in just 11 seconds at the 2002 World Cup finals.
The fastest goal ever scored in a World Cup match was scored by Turkey's Hakan Sükür after only 11 seconds against South Korea in 2002. Prior to that it was England's Bryan Robson who scored against France in the Spain 1982 World Cup after 27 seconds.
Hakan Sukur scored the fastest goal in world cup history. From the kickoff, it took him 11 seconds to score. (He played for Team Turkey)
The player who holds the record for the fastest hat trick is Bill Mosienko who scored a hat trick in 21 seconds.
Roger Milla scored 5 times in the Finals - 4 in 1990, and 1 in 1994. He is the oldest goalscorer in World Cup Finals history.
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Wayne Gretzky in the 1981-1982 season. He scored his 50th goal in Edmonton's 39th game.
New Zealand Player Corey Aderson scored the fastest century in 37 balls.
Robert Earnshaw has scored in every division in England, in both cups (but not finals) and at international level.
On final matches, Ronaldo scored 2 goals (2002 - Brazil X Germany) Overall, Ronaldo is the highest scoring player in the History of World Cups having scored 15 goals in world cup games.
The fastest goal was by Germany! XD
yes .. ronaldo scored 15 goals.. itz the record
France's Just Fontaine scored 13 goals in 1958
Puskas, Di Stefano, and Pierino Prati are the only three players to have scored hat-tricks in the European cup finals. A hat-trick in soccer is when three consecutive goals are scored by one player.
Brian Skrudland of the Montreal Canadiens scored the quickest overtime goal in the history of the Stanley Cup Finals when he scored on a 2-on-1 breakaway just 9 seconds into overtime in Game 2 of the 1986 series to beat the Calgary Flames 3-2. An NHL record that still stands tall today.
WAS IT NOT THE CHELSEA PLAYER IN THE FA CUP FINAL No - own-goal! Scored in 1977 for Cambridge United after six seconds. Punt up-field from the kick-off, off defender's head, and in. I suspect it's actually faster than the fastest goal in league history.
Ryan Giggs has scored Manchester United's fastest goal ever, scored in 15 seconds against Southampton in November 1995.