Young Moroccan international Ashraf Hakimi, Borussia Dortmund’s back from Real Madrid, has entered the history of the German Bundesliga soccer league “Bundesliga” from its widest gateway.
According to the Bundesliga official website, Hakimi has become the fastest player in the history of the “Bundesliga” since data collection began in the 2011-2012 season.
He pointed out that Hakimi’s speed reached 36.20 kilometers per hour, during Dortmund’s draw with Leipzig 3-3, which gave him the fastest title in the history of the “Bundesliga”.
He explained that the Moroccan full-back raised its speed to 36.49 km per hour, during the Dortmund meeting against Union Berlin this season, to break the 21-year-old’s previous record.
Schalke wings, Welsh club Mattondo Rabe, was second in the list of the fastest players in the history of the “Bundesliga”, at a speed of 35.97 km per hour.
Dutchman Kingsley Ihezebu, defender of Cologne, came in third, with a speed of 35.85 km per hour.