With Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers choosing to play without any actual strikers lately, the 27 second goal from club loanee Luis Alberto will surely not go unnoticed.
The 22-year-old is current playing for La Liga side Malaga, who were tied 1-1 with less than 15 minutes to play against home side Elche before the on-loan Reds attacking midfielder came on as a substitute to earn his side all three points.
27 seconds after joining the play, Alberto picked up the ball in the middle of the field before skipping pass two opponent players and blasting home from just outside the penalty box.
He now joins a number of club loanees currently making the task of scoring look rather easy, especially when compared to the likes of Rickie Lambert and Mario Balotelli, both of whom are struggling to find the net as of late.
Time for an early return?
Luis Alberto’s solo goal for Malaga today! https://t.co/gB4BOGpfDH
— Red Army (@LiamLFCButler) December 22, 2014