Quickest Goals in the history of European Championships

There are many incredible matches, that the EURO cup gifts us every season. Also, we see every year, that new records are built, as well as the old records break. Among these unique records, a unique was is the quickest goal scored at the EURO Cup. Check out the below sections to know regarding the same, in the history of this championship.

5. Robbie Brady (1 minute 59 seconds)

Robbie Brady of Ireland comes 5th in this list of quickest goals scored. He did it against Ireland in 2016, in just 1 second off the 2 minutes. They were in a lead in that match, but Antione Griezman came back with his efficiency, snatching the victory from them.

4. Robert Lewandowski (1 minute 39 seconds)

Poland’s Robert Lewandowski brilliantly took his team on a lead against Portugal in the quarter-final clash of EURO 2016, by scoring the goal under 100 seconds. Also, the remarkable thing about his goal was that it was his first goal, and before that he was goalless in his appearances. However, the match went in Portugal’s for, where they won in the penalty shootout with a score of 5-3.

3. Yussuf Poulsen (1 minute 38 seconds)

Danish player, Yussuf Poulsen comes third in this list of quickest goals scored, where he did the same in the ongoing EURO 2020 season, against Belgium, in 98 seconds. They gave a tough fight to the red devils and got an early lead. But eventually, Belgium won the match by scoring two goals after half-time.

2. Emil Forsberg (1 minute 21 seconds)

Alongside Poulsen, Emil Forsberg also made this record of one of the quickest goals in EURO 2020. The Swedish player did it against Poland in 1 minute 21 seconds, which is the second-fastest goal in a European Championship. Sweden eventually won the match by a score of 2-1, both being scored by Forsberg.

1. Dmitri Kirichenko (1 minute 7 seconds)

The player holding the first rank in the list of scoring the quickest goal ever in the EUROs is Dmitri Kirichenko. The Russian player did it against Greece 15 years back in the 2004 finals, in just 67 seconds.

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