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Naby Keita has scored Liverpool's fastest Premier League goal in club history, 15 seconds into the Reds' match on Friday against Huddersfield Town.

Keita wrestled the ball from Huddersfield's Jon Gorenc Stankovic within seconds of the whistle, passing it first to Mohamed Salah who then threaded it back to the Guinean for a shot into the low corner of the goal.

Keita's goal came days after Southampton's Shane Long scored the fastest in Premier League history, a 7.69-second strike against Watford on Wednesday.

According to the club, Liverpool's fastest goal ever was Jack Balmer's score against city rivals Everton in February 1938 -- 10 seconds into that edition of the Merseyside derby.

It took Keita 28 games in all competitions to score his first goal with Liverpool, but now has three in his last five games in all competitions.

The last player to score a goal for Liverpool inside the first minute of a game had been Martin Skrtel in February 2014 in a 5-1 thrashing of Arsenal.