Ranking of Top 10 fastest footballers in the world

Ranking of Top 10 fastest football players in the world

Alphonso Davies-Bayern Munich-German Super Cup Final-2020

The pace is a deadly weapon in football, and the players who possess it can be a real threat to the opponents. Here we have sorted out the 10 best players who have clocked the highest speed.

10. Kingsley Coman (34.83 Kmph)

Kingsley Coman has established himself as one of the top wingers following back to back successful seasons with Bayern Munich. The French ace can get under the skin of defenders due to his blistering pace and dribbling prowess.

9. Mohamed Salah (35 Kmph)

Mohamed Salah is one of the top footballers in the world at present, and it’s hard to stop him when he is on the song. The Egyptian is known for his skills and goal-scoring ability. Jurgen Klopp’s Liverpool have often caught the opponents with their counter-attacks, and Salah will be the one leading it due to his tremendous pace.

8. Leroy Sane (35.08 Kmph)

Manchester City would be regretting losing a player like Leroy Sane, whereas Bayern Munich have struck gold in having him for the future. Capable of playing on both the flanks, the German winger can wreak havoc to the defenders with his rich technical qualities and pace.

7. Adama Traore (35.32 Kmph)

Adama Traore’s development is spectacular as he has become one of the sought after wingers in the Premier League in the space of just two seasons. The former Barcelona academy star can bully the opponents with his brute strength, and he is unstoppable in counter-attacks.

6. Pierre Emerick Aubameyang (35.50 Kmph)

We didn’t see the best of Aubameyang last season, but on his day, the Arsenal star can easily leave the opponents behind his trail.

5. Kyle Walker (35.71 Kmph)

Despite being 30, Kyle Walker continues to be an integral part of Manchester City, and he has achieved more success over the last few seasons. A versatile player – as he can play as a right-back, wing-back, midfielder, and as a centre-back, the English star can often make daunting runs down the flanks.

4. Kylian Mbappe (36 Kmph)

Kylian Mbappe is on his way to becoming a world-beater after achieving much success at a very young age. The French World Cup winner’s biggest strength is his directness combined with the blistering pace, and he is undoubtedly a nightmare to the defenders.

3. Erling Haaland (36.04 Kmph)

Erling Haaland is in the same vein as Mbappe, with many predicting that they are the ultimate successors to Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo. The Borussia Dortmund youngster has taken World football by storm in no time, and his appetite for goals and wins makes him a top prospect.

2. Achraf Hakimi (36.48 Kmph)

Achraf Hakimi was one of the key players for Inter Milan last season in winning the Serie A title after a decade. The Moroccan was very much effective in the counter-attack as he possessed surreal pace on the right flank.

1. Alphonso Davies ( 36.51 Kmph)

From being a winger to one of the best young full-backs, Alphonso Davies has adapted to his new position like a duck to the water, and the credit also goes to then Bayern Munich manager Hansi Flick.