1. Alphonso Davies. (36.5km/h. 22.7mph)
He is one of three players to receive the fastest pace rating on FIFA 2021, and statistics show that he reached the fastest speed in a match in 2020. Moving at 36.51 km/h, he is a blur in the open field. The scary part is that he is still a few years away from truly developing into the top-level player many are expecting.
2. Achraf Hakimi. (36.48km/h 22mph)
This season, Hakimi hit a top speed of almost 36.2 kmph, which proves that he is among the fastest out there and can be a tough prospect to outrun when faced individually.
3. Adama Traore. (36.25 km/h 22mph)
Wolverhampton forward Adama Traoré is one of the fastest soccer players in the world. The 23-year-old Spaniard has clocked in at a blistering 23.61 mph in training and has reached speeds of 22 mph in games.
4. Kylian Mbappe. (36.08 km/h 22mph )
PSG’s wonderkid Kylian Mbappe has already been noted for his lightning-quick pace on the wings. The winger has consistently clocked up breakneck speed (36.08km/h), which have become a characteristic part of his gameplay.
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