The UCLA men’s soccer team made the most of their Labor Day weekend, with a record-breaking offensive explosion that led to an unlikely 6-1 upset over No. 1-ranked Akron.
Early in the second half, the Bruins busted the game wide open by scoring three goal in only 32 seconds.
The rapid fire attack broke a 27-year old NCAA record for the fastest three goals. The previous record was three goals in 43 seconds, so the UCLA men’s soccer team was definitely rolling.
The first two goals of the flurry came off the boot of junior Abu Danladi, while sophomore Jackson Yueill capped off the excitement to give the Bruins an insurmountable 5-0 lead.
You can watch the madness unfold below:
Add "Score 3-straight goals vs. the No. 1 team in the nation" to the list of things that can be done in 32 seconds. pic.twitter.com/68qX4oD8Y5
— UCLA Men's Soccer (@UCLAMSoccer) September 6, 2016
Well, that’s one way to take down the top-ranked team in the nation.
It should be fun to see what UCLA can do next.
[H/T: Business Insider]
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