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Fernandes enters top three for latest Premier League goals

27 Sep 2020

Man Utd midfielder's stoppage-time penalty at Brighton beats Jesse Lingard's mark and is third latest in competition's history

With his stoppage-time penalty at Brighton & Hove Albion on Saturday, Bruno Fernandes scored one of the latest goals in Premier League history.

Fernandes’s strike came in the 10th minute of stoppage time, on 99 minutes and 45 seconds to be precise.

It is the latest goal scored in the competition by Manchester United, a club renowned for their stoppage-time winners.

It beat by more than two minutes a goal from Jesse Lingard on 97 minutes and 30 seconds for the Red Devils against Leicester City in July this year.

Only two other goals have been scored later in the competition. The latest was in the 12th minute of added time, when Dirk Kuyt equalised from the spot for Liverpool at Arsenal in April 2011.

Juan Mata scored for Chelsea on 100 minutes and three seconds in August 2011.

Latest goals in PL history*
Date Player Team Opp Time
17/04/2011 Dirk Kuyt LIV ARS 101:48
27/08/2011 Juan Mata CHE NOR 100:03
26/09/2020 Bruno Fernandes MUN BHA 99:45
19/11/2011 Yakubu BLB WIG 98:14
19/07/2020 Che Adams SOU BOU 97:56
16/01/2016 John Terry CHE EVE 97:53
26/07/2020 Jesse Lingard MUN LEI 97:30
22/01/2017 Alexis Sanchez ARS BUR 97:14
28/11/2015 Junior Stanislas BOU EVE 97:13
17/04/2011 Robin van Persie ARS LIV 97:10
17/09/2011 Royston Drenthe EVE WIG 97:04

*Since 2006/07

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