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 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 quickest goal in a FIFA World Cup match was Hakan Sukur's goal against South Korea in a third-place playoff game in 2002. He scored the goal elven seconds into the game.
was scored in 11 seconds by a Hakan Suker of turkey in the 2002 world cup
There are no statistics for the longest goal scored in the World Cup. However the fastest goal scored from kickoff was 11 seconds. It was accomplished by Hakan Sukur in 2002.
Itis six seconds in Arabian club match. In world cup it stands at 11 seconds scored by Hakan Sukar for Turkey verses South Korea in the 2002 world cup.
hakan sukur (turkey) scored the fastest goal ever in the 2002 world cup (11 seconds)
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The sophomore midfielder set the NCAA record for the fastest goal scored in a collegiate women's soccer game netting the first goal just four seconds into the match. and in world cup history....... hakan sukur (turkey) scores the fastest goal ever in the 2002 world cup (11 seconds)
12 second, a Turkish played scored in world cup 2002 when turkey played with south Korea
It was scored in exactly eleven seconds, a standing record at the world cup.