3. Lynden Gooch (Sunderland): 35.16 kh/h
The Sunderland man is one of the Fastest Football Players in the World in 2018.
3. Mathew Leckie (FC Ingolstadt): 35.18 km/h
Mathew Leckie has the highest ever recorded in Bundesliga
3. Raheem Sterling (Manchester City): 35.1 km/h
Liverpool’s young star player and two-time winner of the Liverpool Young Player of the Year Award: 2013–14, 2014–15. Now at Manchester City, Raheem Sterling is playing even better and is one of the Fastest Football Players in the World in 2018.
Raheem sterling was officially capped for the English National team at senior level in November 2012 and he participated in the 2014 FIFA World Cup.
Sterling was also named Golden boy in 2014 by a pan-European panel of sports journalists.
Sterling is a natural winger but is also capable of playing as an attacking midfielder and as a striker.
His energy, pace, balance and overwhelming dribbling skills not forgetting his speed and his youth his youth as an advantage enabling him to dash to an amazing speed of 35.1 km/h.