Crusaders took the lead over Glentoran after just ten seconds of their Northern Irish Premiership match on Saturday.
The home side went on to win 3-0 having got off to a very quick start which set them on their way.
From kick off, the strikers played the ball back to Sean Ward, who lumped it into the opposition half.
The ball flew out to the right wing, but was headed back across to the centre by Jordan Owens.
It landed in front of Matthew Snoddy, with the ball perfectly placed for a half volley from 25 yards.
The 25-year-old took the opportunity, smashing it towards goal, however it should have been a relatively comfortable save for Glentoran stopper Elliot Morris.
However, he only managed to get a hand on the strike and could not keep it from bouncing over the line with just ten seconds on the clock.
You can watch the video of the goal below.