Dusan Vlahovic made history, as he scored with his first touch in the Champions League, just 32 seconds into his European debut with Juventus against Villarreal.
The Serbian striker had already found the net on his Serie A debut with Juve in the victory over Hellas Verona.
He has now scored just 32 seconds into the Round of 16 trip to Villarreal, officially the fastest ever goal scored by a Champions League debutant.
Curiously, Vlahovic beats the record also set in a game involving Juventus.
That had belonged to Andy Möller for Borussia Dortmund in a 3-1 home defeat to Juve on September 13, 1995, as he took all of 37 seconds.
Welcome to the Champions League, Dušan Vlahović 🙌🤩
The Serbian striker scores just THIRTY-ONE SECONDS into his #UCL debut 😳👏
What a start he’s made to life at Juventus! ⚫️⚪️ pic.twitter.com/lSqlQYS2l4
— Football on BT Sport (@btsportfootball) February 22, 2022
5 Comments on “Video: Vlahovic makes Champions League history for Juventus”
Serbian superforce with Saturn in his sights
Lets hope Allegri doesn’t sit on the 1-0 lead. Keep going forward. Also, I hope UEFA has already planned on moving the UCL out of Russia. And Formula one moving the Sochi race away. Just not China or middle east. Back to real Europe.
Aaaaaand Allegri strikes again.
Dusan please check you receipt and ask for a refund.