The midfielder has broken a 16-year record in the German top flight - but just how long did it take him to find the back of the net?Karim Bellarabi scored the fastest Bundesliga goal ever in Bayern Leverkusen's 2-0 win at Borussia Dortmund on Saturday.
The visitors broke forward straight from kick-off, with their 24-year-old winger nutmegging Matthias Ginter before sliding underneath goalkeeper Mitchell Langerak to put Roger Schmidt's men ahead after just nine seconds.
Prior to Bellarabi's strike, three players - Giovane Elber, Ulf Kirsten and Paul Freier - had held the previous record of 11 seconds. Check out our table of the top 10 fastest goalscorers in the German top flight.
|1||Karim Bellarabi||Bayer Leverkusen||2014||9|
|2||Giovane Elber||Bayern Munich||1998||11|
|-||Ulf Kirsten||Bayer Leverkusen||2002||11|
|-||Paul Freier||Vfl Bochum||2003||11|
|5||Dirk Zander||FC St Pauli||1991||12|
|6||Adam Szalai||FSV Mainz||2013||12.5|
|7||Lothar Matthaus||Bayern Munich||1986||13|
|8||Mohamed Zidan||FSV Mainz||2006||14|
|-||Ronald Worm||MSV Duisburg||1974||14|
|10||Alexander Zickler||Bayern Munich||1997||16|
|-||Martin Dahlin||Borussia Monchengladbach||1997||16|
|-||Henryk Baluszynski||Vfl Bochum||1995||16|
|-||Uwe Wegmann||VFL Bochum||1992||16|