Gallery: The Fastest Players in the World

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One of the most important skills in soccer players is their speed. For this reason, in LatinAmerican Post, we tell you which are the fastest players in the world.

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LatinAmerican Post | Daniel González Guerrero

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One of the great evolutions that soccer has had in recent years is the speed of its players. The speed of the game and that of all its athletes is essential for the current style of play, which is why this quality is increasingly being promoted in players around the world.

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Over the years and the arrival of different technologies in the world of soccer, players have reached impressive speeds. These have become one of the most outstanding statistics of this sport. The evolution of jerseys, cleats, and other sports materials have been crucial in overcoming these barriers.

Another Latin American to highlight in this valuable ranking is the Uruguayan midfielder for Real Madrid, Federico Valverde. The 'Halcón' reached a speed of 36.30 km/h, a statistic that puts him on the list of the fastest soccer in the world.

Likewise, it should be mentioned that the footballer José Enamorado is the only athlete on this list who is not playing in European soccer. His speed and skill have been around the world, an aspect that has led him to be closely followed by various international teams.

Lastly, players like Adama Traoré, Rafael Leão, Alphonso Davies and Nuno Tavares close this outstanding ranking in the world of soccer. This list has become one of the most prominent in recent years.