Philippe Coutinho made history on Wednesday night, as he scored after just 92 seconds against Tottenham at Wembley.
The Brazilian pounced on a pass from Jordi Alba and hammered the ball into an empty net after Hugo Lloris had come flying out of his goal and was left stranded.
His strike is Barcelona’s fastest ever away goal in the Champions League.
Here’s a little look in case you missed it.
Messi pass, Alba cut-back, Coutinho finish...and it only took 92 seconds pic.twitter.com/dHcR3fk3QV— Bleacher Report (@BleacherReport) October 3, 2018
That didn’t take long!— Football on BT Sport (@btsportfootball) October 3, 2018
Philippe Coutinho puts Barcelona ahead inside just two minutes at Wembley…
That ball from Lionel Messi pic.twitter.com/DvYOtwzpSP
The goal is also Coutinho’s first in the Champions League for Barcelona and gave the team the perfect start at Wembley.