Kerala Blasters striker Chris Dagnall on Monday entered his name in the record books after scoring the fastest goal in the Indian Super League (ISL) history.
Appearing for his club in an important clash against NorthEast United FC in Guwahati, Dagnall hit the back of the net on the 29th second.
The Liverpool born Dagnall bettered the record his team-mate Mohammed Rafi, who scored in the 48th second in his team’s match against FC Pune City a few weeks ago.
After scoring the opening goal for his team, Dagnall then found the target again in the 76th minute in front of the disbelieving 27,000 strong Northeast fans at the Indira Gandhi Stadium.
Cavin Lobo (21st) and Antonio German (75th) scored the other goals for Kerala while Nicolas Velez pulled one back for North East in the added injury time (90+1).