The United States struck first in its attempt to move forward out of Group G and into the second round of the 2014 World Cup in Brazil. With only 32 seconds gone from the clock in the first half, American Clint Dempsey scored a goal for Team USA to put the Americans ahead of Ghana in their 2014 World Cup debut. Believe it or not, this was not the fastest goal ever scored in the World Cup (in fact, it barely makes the top 5).What was the fastest goal ever scored in the World Cup? Was Dempsey's goal the fastest World Cup goal ever? Was Dempsey's goal a World Cup record? Read over this list of quickest scores in the history of the World Cup and you'll soon find out who scored the fastest goals in the history of the World Cup.
Turkey - South Korea V Turkey (2002)
Czechoslovakia - Mexico V Czechoslovakia (1962)
Germany - Germany V Austria (1934)
England - England V France (1982)