The new number one in the Premier League in terms of performances of the pitch in two matchdays of 21/22 is Southampton player Adam Armstrong. The forward was signed by the Saints this summer, and joined them from Blackburn for £16 million, and scored in his debut for the club against Everton. He clocked in a speed of 22.15 mph while Traore has recorded a top speed of 22.12 mph in the two matchdays this season.
Here is the list of the top speedsters in the English top-flight so far:
Adam Armstrong – 22.15mph
Adama Traore – 22.12mph
Wilfried Zaha – 21.88mph
Nathan Tella – 21.75mph
Ismaila Sarr – 21.67mph
Patrick Bamford – 21.53mph
Antonio Rudiger – 21.38mph
Tyrick Mitchell – 21.35mph
Raphinha – 21.26mph
Wilfried Zaha is third in the list right now, with the Crystal Palace winger clocking in at 21.88 mph. Chelsea defender Antonio Rudiger alsoakes the list behind Patrick Bamford of Leeds United, and his teammate, Raphinha ends the list with a speed of 21.26 mph.
Kyle Walker is also one of the fastest players in the league, but has been replaced by Joao Cancelo in the starting lineup for the first few games, and has only played 90 minutes for the defending champions. Mason Greenwood and Aaron Wan-Bissaka are also recognised as one of the quickest, and are yet to break into their full stride this term, and they have 36 more match days to do so.
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