Austria’s Baumgartner makes history with fastest-ever international goal scored | Football News


Christoph Baumgartner of Austria made history by scoring the fastest-ever international goal in just seven seconds during a friendly match against Slovakia in Bratislava. The 24-year-old Leipzig attacker dribbled past the home defense from kickoff and unleashed a remarkable 25-meter shot that beat the goalkeeper Martin Dubravka. Baumgartner’s goal broke the previous record set by Lukas Podolski for Germany in 2013. The Austrian Football Association hailed Baumgartner’s goal as the fastest in international football history. In a similar feat on the same day, Germany’s Florian Wirtz scored within seven seconds against France in a friendly match, securing a 2-0 win for his team. The Leverkusen player’s goal was a stunning shot under the crossbar, leaving everyone surprised and full of joy. These quick goals marked incredible achievements in the world of international football.


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