We have a feeling that, although brief, many fans will welcome another look at the video of Ian Bogie’s 12 second goal.
It comes complete with commentary from George Andrews.
In this clip Andrews says that the Ian Bogie goal came after five seconds but the official timing is 12 seconds – which makes it the quickest goal in Port Vale’s club history and against our local rivals to boot…
The match took place on the 13th March 1996.
It was described by the Independent’s Phil Shaw as:
John Rudge, the Vale manager, had called for “passion and patience”. Both teams had the first quality in abundance, but Bogie ignored orders on the second by beating Mark Prudhoe before a Stoke player had touched the ball. After the kick-off, it was played back to Andy Hill, whose through pass was dummied in turn by Lee Glover and Martin Foyle.
Bogie, finding himself free in the inside-right position, still had the hard part ahead of him. Yet while his goals may be scarce, they are usually spectacular, as Everton would testify, and his venomous angled drive from 15 yards brought a stunning end to Stoke’s run of more than eight hours without conceding a goal.
Click play to watch the video.