Neymar’s goal after 15 seconds is the fastest goal in the Olympic history.
The Brazil captain Neymar sets a record, as he scored the fastest goal in Olympic history by netting with just 15 seconds in the Clock against the Central American country Honduras and helped his nation to reach the final against Germany.
The 24-years-old Barcelona and Brazil’s star forward's fastest goal against Honduras has beaten the record of the Janine Beckie of Canada's women's team, who netted a goal in just 19 seconds against Australia on August 4.
After being booed by his own national fans in Rio Olympic, Neymar has proved again that he can lead his team to the final.
With a 6-0 victory against Honduras, Brazil is looking forward to take the revenge of 2014 world cup 7-1 lost against Germany.
Brazil will take on Germany on Saturday.