Tanzania get one of the fastest penalty kicks in football history – (video)

Dar es Salaam – Tanzania took one of the fastest penalty kicks in international football history, just five seconds into the World Cup qualifier against Madagascar on Tuesday. Ugandan referee Mashud Sally awarded the penalty after Tanzania sent a long ball towards striker Simon Msova before being fouled by Melvin Adrian, the Madagascar goalkeeper, who plays in the French fourth division. Captain Erastu Nioni successfully scored the shot and Tanzania won 3-2 and passed the 10th group of African qualifiers for the World Cup. There is no record fastest penalty kick official in football history, but Montenegro had already received a penalty ten seconds after the start in a friendly against Ghana in 2014, with the only goal of the match in I arrive. (Reuters) 🎥 Match summary: 🇲🇬 2-3 🇹🇿 In a thrilling match that saw 5 goals, the Tanzania team wins all match points against Madagascar 💯 Tanzania is in leads Group G with 4 points 🔝
via: @fifaworldcup_ar | photo #WorldCup.twitter.com / XY5aVuzinu – CAF – Arabic (@caf_online_EN) September 7, 2021

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