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Robin Bairner
ran at a peak speed of 44.7 kmph to score 's 3rd goal v Lille. Ave speed was 36 kmph - just a touch slower than Usain Bolt's 37.5 kmph when setting world 100m record.
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Robin Bairner 9 Dec 17
Replying to @RBairner
was also dribbling a football after playing 93 minutes, and also stumbled a little when a defender tried to trip him up. Incredible.
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Robin Bairner 9 Dec 17
Replying to @RBairner
Here's the goal for anyone who hasn't seen it yet...
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Beyond the Score 10 Dec 17
Replying to @RBairner
Prove that there were authentic speedometers. Else it's false news. It doesn't look anywhere near that fast in the video
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Paul | Sleeper 🎥 10 Dec 17
Replying to @ThisisDB7 @RBairner
Also the defenders caught up. At the world cup 2014 Robben smoked Ramos (one of the fastest CB's) and did 37. No way Mbappe ran 44 peak
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Michael Johnston 10 Dec 17
Replying to @RBairner
This is the sport science equivalent of claiming the earth is flat.
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Kantinho 10 Dec 17
Replying to @RBairner
The world record top speed is 44.7. Do you seriously think that Mbappe just equalled a world record while dribbling a ball? 🤦🏻‍♂️
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DuncaN 10 Dec 17
Replying to @RBairner
When Bolt ran 9.58 the fastest guys in the world were left trailing. Here, he struggles to get daylight between him and other footballers. In boots. On grass. Do you seriously believe what you’ve written?!
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Charlie 10 Dec 17
Nerd time: it's actually not sped up. You can see by the clock. It was filmed in a 4:3 aspect ratio so when stretched to 16:9 everything appears faster. 🤓
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NoodleFantastic 10 Dec 17
Solid nerd time that 🤓👏👏👏
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