Here are the fastest players at 2018 FIFA World Cup, with 33-year-old Cristiano Ronaldo clocking the joint-quickest speed, and teenage sensation Kylian Mbappe somewhat surprisingly not in the top 20.
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The Portuguese reached his top speed in the game against Spain, when he sprinted from his own box into the opposition half reaching 34km/h.
He shares the record speed measured with Croatia’s Ante Rebic, according to the Mirror, while unofficial reports suggest Mbappe reached a high speed of 38km/h in the game against Argentina. However, Mbappe’s speed has not been confirmed by any official site.
Peru’s Luis Advincula and Colombia’s Santiago Arias follow with a top speed of 33.8km/h and 33.6km/h respectively.
England duo Kyle Walker and Jesse Lingard were probably expected to be among the fastest players at the tournament, and both reach their fastest pace with 33.5km/h.
The places seven to 12 are filled with six stars, who have all reached 33.3km/h, with one Brazilian, though not Neymar or Willan, among them.
Click through the gallery to see all the fastest players at the World Cup so far, and let us know in the comments section below, who else you thought would be in the list.