Leon Balogun netted his first Brighton goal, as the Seagulls saw off Crystal Palace 3-1 in a Premier League match on Tuesday.
The centre-back volleyed in off a poorly-cleared corner kick 25 seconds after coming on as a substitute to put the Seagulls further in front after Glen Murray opened the scoring through a penalty.
Florin Andone’s super finish made it 3-0 just before the break, but Luka Milivojevic’s late penalty reduced the deficit.
Coach Chris Hughton was forced to make a substitution, as well as a change of tactics early on following Shane Duffy’s dismissal, with Balogun — who joined Brighton from Bundesliga club Mainz in the summer — replacing the Irish man.
Balogun, 30, scored with his first touch of the game.
The goal has been adjudged the second quickest goal by a substitute in the Premier League this season — after Daniel Sturridge’s strike vs West Ham (24 secs).