Below, the “Paljoule” website shows the 5 fastest goals in the history of the Spanish Football League.
Many European football fans around the world and the Arab world wonder about the fastest goals scored in the history of the Spanish league, the names of their owners and their timing.
Fastest goal in La Liga history: Josep Llorente
The fastest goal in La Liga history comes from Spanish striker Joseph Llorente, who was born on November 24, 1979 in Hondarribia.
Llorente scored his historic goal in the 2007/2008 season against Espanyol in the “7th and 82nd second” of Valladolid.
In the twentieth round of the Spanish League, Valladolid’s match against Espanyol netted goalkeeper Inaki Lafuente.
Second fastest goal in La Liga history: Seido Gueda
The second fastest goal scorer is Malian player Seido Gueda, a former Valencia player, who was born in the capital Bamako (Mali) on January 16, 1980 in a football family.
He scored the second fastest goal against Almeria in round 30 of the 2013–2014 season, which came “7.6 seconds” after the start of the match, which ended in a 2–2 draw.
His uncle, Fondamate Salif Keida, is considered one of the greatest players in Mali’s history and won the 1970 Ballon d’Or.
Third fastest goal in La Liga history: Dario Silva
Born on November 2, 1972, the Uruguayan’s goal is the third fastest in the Spanish league.
Dario Silva’s goal came in the 2000/2001 season in a match between Malaga and Valladolid, which he scored after “8.1 seconds” had passed from the start of the match.
Fourth fastest goal in history La Liga: Carlos Diarte
Born on January 26, 1954, the goal of the Paraguayan player entered the list of the 5 fastest goals in the history of the Spanish league.
In the 1978/1977 season for his team Valencia against Elche, Carlos Diarte scored a goal “in the 10th second” from the start of the match.
The Paraguayan died 12 years ago, on June 29, 2011, at the age of 57, after a long battle with cancer.
Fifth fastest goal in La Liga history: Mariano Armendano
The fifth fastest goal was scored by an Argentine striker, who was born on July 12, 1974 in Buenos Aires.
Mariano Armendano’s goal came in the “10th second” of his Osasuna team’s match against Rayo Vallecano in the 2001/2002 season.
He previously played for Osasuna, Rio Vallecano, Cordoba Club, Elche Club, Basel, Estudiantes, Velez Sarsfield, Racing Club and Rosario Central.
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