Sergei Aleinikov scored after just two minutes and seven seconds for the Soviet Union in 1988.England lost every match that summer and also conceded a goal in the sixth minute of their game against the Republic of Ireland.
Russia went on to win the match, though Greece famously went on to win the tournament.
Paul Scholes scored in the third minute of England’s 3-2 loss to Portugal in the group stages of Euro 2000.
David Platt scored England’s only goal of the Euro 92 tournament in Sweden in the fourth minute of their group game against the hosts, a match they lost 2-1.
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England have been involved in some of the fastest goals in European Championship history, not that it’s ever helped them.
Alan Shearer’s semi-final goal against Germany in 1996 was clocked in at two minutes fourteen seconds according to UEFA.
That makes it the joint third quickest goal in European Championships history.
Stefan Kuntz equalized for the Germans just over 10 minutes later, taking the game to extra-time and eventually penalties.
Shearer’s goal is tied with Petr Jiracek’s for the Czech Republic against Greece in Euro 2012.