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Fastest goal in Ligue 1 history: Kylian Mbappe, Lionel Messi team up for a spectacular goal only eight seconds into the game

Fastest goal in Ligue 1 history

World Cup winner Kylian Mbappe, 23, is the most valuable soccer player on the planet, and he recently renewed his contracts with Paris Saint-Germain after turning down a massive move to Real Madrid this summer.

After resuming his Ligue One duty, the French superstar is going through an impressive spell and recently scored a stunning goal from Messi’s magical assist which became arguably the Fastest goal in Ligue 1 history as of today.

How did Mbappe manage to score that Fastest goal in Ligue 1 history?

Paris Saint Germain are literally flying in Ligue 1 matches, literally and figuratively as the overwhelming favorite to win yet another league title with 17 goals in their opening three games with Messi, Neymar Jr and Kylian Mbappe.

The Parisian Mbappe scored one of the fastest goals in league history just seconds after the opening whistle against Lille on August 21, and this goal was called as one of the Fastest goal in Ligue 1 history.

Kylian Mbappe

Mbappe received a ball over the top from Lionel Messi and chipped the ball over the goalkeeper to put the ball in the back of the net almost immediately.

It’s thought to be the fastest goal in Ligue 1 history, but there’s some doubt about that and Mbappe’s goal would be the first of a hat-trick in the match, which PSG would win by a massive 7-1 scoreline and another historical footnote is that Lille has conceded seven goals at home for the first time in the history of the club.

Historically, the fastest goal in Ligue 1 history was thought to be scored by Michel Rio of Caen on February 15, 1992, eight seconds into their match against Cannes and as a result, Mbappe’s goal will have to settle for the honor of being the joint-fastest in Ligue 1 history.

In fact, Rio’s goal may have been slightly quicker than Mbappe’s, but it’s hard to know for sure but w e can measure the time between kickoff and goal, but the official sign is when the official blows his whistle, not when the ball is kicked off.

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