Fastest goal in Ligue 1 history scored by Mbappe with Messi’s pass
While PSG is the heavy favourite to win another Ligue 1 championship, they are also practically flying in the league.
On August 21st, against Lille, Kylian Mbappe scored the opening goal for PSG in one of the fastest goals in league history. This occurred mere seconds after the opening whistle.
Just seconds after the opening kickoff, he put the ball in the back of the net after receiving a ball over the top from Lionel Messi and chipping it over the goalkeeper.
There is substantial debate as to whether or not this is the fastest goal ever scored in Ligue 1.
Eventually, Mbappe would score a hat trick in the contest, and PSG would cruise to a 7-1 triumph. The seven goals allowed by Lille at their own stadium are a new low for the club.
PSG’s first two league games of the 2022/23 season saw them score five goals in both games, putting them in good position to continue their pursuit of a fourth consecutive Ligue 1 championship.
The Parisians may have set a record for fastest ever start with their road trip to LOSC Lille.
A few seconds after the opening kickoff, Lionel Messi chipped the ball over the top to Mbappe, whose precise touch poked the ball superbly over Lille goalkeeper Leo.
Just eight seconds into the game, the ball crossed the goal line, which may go down as a Ligue 1 record for fastest goal in league history.