Arsenal concede second-fastest Prem goal EVER as Philip Billing scores for Bouremouth after just 9.11 seconds

Bournemouth star Philip Billing scored the second-quickest Premier League goal EVER as the Cherries shocked the Emirates.

Premier League leaders Arsenal were stunned into silence after just 9.11 seconds.

GettyPhilip Billing scored the second-quickest Prem goal EVER after just 9.11secs[/caption]

9.11 – Phillip Billing’s goal for Bournemouth against Arsenal was scored in 9 seconds, 11 milliseconds – the second-fastest goal scored in @premierleague history, after Shane Long for Southampton v Watford in April 2019 (7:69). Blocks.

— OptaJoe (@OptaJoe) March 4, 2023

Only Shane Long’s goal for Southampton against Wolves in April 2019 has come in quicker time – that one taking just 7.69 seconds.

Arsenal had needed a reaction after seeing Man City beat Newcastle in the early game to close the gap at the top.

But Mikel Arteta’s side exactly how they wouldn’t have wanted with the rapid-fire goal.

Straight from the Bournemouth kick-off, Dango Ouattara was allowed to fly down the right flank, cut insides onto his left and cross into the box.

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Gabriel couldn’t clear and William Saliba was asleep – allowing Philip Billing to sweep home and stun the crowd.

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