Liverpool star Mohamed Salah edges Manchester duo Marcus Rashford and Kyle Walker as quickest player in this season’s Champions League
- Mohamed Salah clocked the highest speed in this season’s Champions League
- The Egyptian speedster posted an impressive 33.8kph during the campaign
- Premier League duo Marcus Rashford and Kyle Walker complete the top three
- Salah is hoping to lift the Champions League trophy in Saturday’s final in Kiev
Liverpool star Mohamed Salah is known for his lightening pace so it is perhaps no surprise that he has clocked the highest recorded speed in this season’s Champions League.
Salah has scored 44 goals in all competitions and will be hoping to find the back of the net once again on Saturday as Jurgen Klopp’s side go for a sixth European title against Real Madrid.
The Egyptian speedster is known for leading his side’s rapid counter attacks and his pace has been clocked at 33.8 kilometres per hour.
Mohamed Salah has clocked the highest recorded speed in this season’s Champions League
That speed puts him top of the pace standings so far this season with just one match remaining in the competition.
Salah has plenty of Premier League company at the top of the standings with Manchester United’s Marcus Rashford in second with 33.5kph.
Manchester City full back Kyle Walker completes the top three. He has managed to achieve a speed of 33.3kph and shares the bronze medal with Barcelona starlet Ousmane Dembele.
Manchester United attacker Marcus Rashford sits in second after posting a credible 33.5kph
Kyle Walker completes the top three with 33.3kph along with Barcelona’s Ousmane Dembele
Roma’s Greek defender Kostas Manolas completes the top five after he posted an impressive 33.1kph.
Salah’s incredible debut season at Liverpool has led him to win both PFA Player of the Year and FWA Footballer of the Year.
The ‘Egyptian King’ has seen his name drawn in the same breath as the likes of Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi and is gunning for European glory in Kiev on Saturday night.