Sprinting is also a crucial skill in football. This is more Soo to strikers and wingers. FIFA 22 has released the new list of world's fastest footballers for the season 2020/2021. The list includes;
Adama Traore is the second fastest footballer. He plays for the Spanish national team and Wolves. He is rated at 78 percent in total with a 96 PAC.
The Bayern Munich left back is rated at 96 PAC with a total of 82 percent by FIFA 22.
4. Daniel James
The former Manchester United right midfielder is currently playing for Leeds United. He is rated the fourth fastest footballer with a 95 PAC and a total of 77 percent.
The Paris Saint Germaine right back is rated the fifth fastest footballer this season with a 95 PAC and a total of 85 percent.
6. Vinicus Junior.
The Brazilian national team and Real Madrid left back is rated at 95 PAC with a total of 80 percent.
7. Gerrit Holtman
He is a Filipino professional footballer who plays for VFL Bochum in Bundesliga as a left midfielder. He is rated 94 PAC with a total of 72 percent. The 26 years old Filipino has one goal this season.
8. Ismail Sarr
The Senegal national team and Watford right winger is rated at 94 PAC with a total of 78 percent. He is currently at 23 years old. He is among the top scorers this season with a total of 3 goals.
The former Tottenham Hotspur left midfielder is currently playing in Besiktas. He is a French citizen. The 23 years old player is rated at 94 PAC and a total of 75 percent. He has two goals for Besiktas this season.
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