What are the hardest football world records to break? – Nawaf Shaker al-Abed is a Saudi Arabian footballer who plays for Al-Hilal broke the fastest goal scorer in the world after the 30-year-old forward net a goal in 2.0 seconds.
The hardest football world records that may never be broken or hard to break is when a player suffer rough and tough tackle from his opponents and he/she doesn’t fee any pain nor fall to the ground.
The highest amount of groin kicks and not feel any pain. Half the population doesn’t have the balls for it.
Well anything can happen in football but they are some records that can never be broken
Who is the fastest goal scorer in the world?
Nawaf Shaker al-Abed is a Saudi Arabian footballer who plays for Al-Hilal broke the fastest goal scorer in the world after the 30-year-old forward net a goal in 2.0 seconds.
The most insane record in relatively recent football that blew my mind was the fastest goal record. This honor is achieved by netting a goal in the shortest amount of time in a football match.
The current record holder is Nawaf Al Abed with 2.0 seconds.
This is from my perspective one of the greatest ever records in football, and not one that is prone to be broken in the near future. The reason is evident as it is not common for less known leagues to break their own records as they do not always have players of the required calibre. The players that do posses this ability are in leagues with high competition and competitive players which make it harder to perform feats of this type, even for the GOATS.
However, records do not define a player’s talent or work ethic, so I feel that these are not needed in today’s football to win hearts. The factor for that is fair play, which I am happy to observed and has increased notably within the past few years; a trend I hope will not cease.
Here’s a couple of records that are currently hard to break:
3. Sergio Ramos collecting 26 yellow cards in 38 matches.
4. Lionel Messi scoring 91 goals in a single year.
5. Arsenal Playing 49 matches unbeaten.
6. Lewandoski scoring 5 goals in 9 minutes.
8. Real Madrid winning 3 consecutive UCL trophies.
9. Liverpool reaching 97 points without winning the league.
10. Tottenham playing 58 seasons without winning the EPL trophy