Cristiano Ronaldo was the joint-fastest player at the 2018 FIFA World Cup, but he is not among the 10 fastest players today according to a new ranking, which includes includes two African superstars.
Click through the gallery above to see the world's fastest footballers, according to Marca!
Ronaldo reached a top speed of 33.95 kilometers per hour (km/h) for a sprint alongside Croatia's Ante Rebic during the spectacle in Russia.
Despite his age of 33 at the time, he was the fastest player at the 2018 World Cup, while France's Kylian Mbappe reportedly did not feature in the top 20 speedsters at the tournament.
However, the Paris Saint-Germain sensation has clocked the fastest speed among currently active players, as reported by Marca.
Mbappe has registered a top speed of 36km/h, faster than any other footballer, according to the report.
Athletic Club's Inaki Williams follows in second place with 35.7km/h, while Arsenal's Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang completes the top three with 35.5km/h.
Further down the ranking is Liverpool and Egypt superstar Mohamed Salah, who is in eighth position after being clocked at 35km/h.
Meanwhile, according to unofficial reports, Flamengo winger Bruno Henrique registered a top speed of 38km/h during last year's Copa Libertadores quarter-final clash between his club and Internacional.
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