Phillip Billing of Bournemouth scores premier Second fastest goal in the league as his team reaches the top Arsenal Cold at Emirates Stadium on Saturday.

According to Opta, the competition’s official data provider, Dane scored after 9.11 seconds.

Here, the PA news agency looks at the five fastest goals of the season. Premier League age.

Watford – Southampton – 23 April 2019

Long broke Ledley King’s long-standing record for fastest Premier League goal – despite their rivals Watford kicking off.

The Republic of Ireland striker showed off his predatory instincts to stop Craig Cathcart’s long ball attempt and coolly finish the chance.

The Hornets would have taken a point as Andre Gray’s last-minute goal drew them 1-1.

Phillip Billing, 09.11 seconds

Arsenal v Bournemouth, 4 March 2023

In a move from the practice pitch, five Cherries players lined up on the left midfield line as the ball flew from the right towards Dango Ouattara.

The middle caught the Arsenal defense as they slept, and Billing, 6 feet 5 inches, appeared undetected behind Thomas Partey and William Saliba to touch them from six yards.

Ledley King, 09.82 seconds

Bradford – Tottenham – 9 December 2000

King had held the record for fastest goalscoring in the Premier League for almost two decades, and the Tottenham defender’s first goal in professional football earned the England national team a spot in the record books.

After taking the kick-off with Steffen Freund, King dashed forward and picked up the ball from outside the penalty area before he saw his long-distance effort pass the helpless Matt Clarke.

The match ended 3-3 after the home team’s late Benito Carbone equalizer.

Alan Shearer, 10.52 seconds

Newcastle – Manchester City – 18 January 2003

Shearer’s sudden kick helped Newcastle win 2-0 at St James’ Park.

The prolific striker felt a chance to attack and shut down City goalie Carlo Nash as the ball returned to him from the kick-off. Nash’s harsh touch allowed Shearer to block and turn his house into an open fort.

Tottenham – Manchester United – 31 January 2018

Current United midfielder Eriksen dealt a quick blow to the club during his time at Tottenham.

The Danish international hid at the end of a move from the kick-off, without a United player touching the ball.

Jan Vertonghen’s rake of rust got in Dele Alli’s way, nodding by Harry Kane.