Borussia Dortmund ‘s wide-ranger Achraf Hakimi has been named the fastest player on record in the Bundesliga, with the feat of the Real Madrid loan marking the third time this season a new face has appeared on top 10.
While the top flight in Germany may have just started to gather detailed data in the 2011-12 season, the flow Arsenal man and previous Dortmund speedster Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang ‘s seventh placement give setting as to how noteworthy this term is in the league.
Hakimi, still 21, broke first in the top 10 during the action-packed 3-3 draw by Lucien Favre at home to RB Leipzig, timing a top speed of 22.49 mph (36.20 km/h), according to the official site of the Bundesliga, to take him to the top of the charts.
In any case, with the season wearing on as the league went into matchday 20, Hakimi hit his progression, beating his record with a 22.67 mph (36.49 km/h) improved top speed when Dortmund trounced Union Berlin 5-0 at Signal Iduna Park.
Regardless, Hakimi ‘s value to the Dortmund cause is with the end goal that international Morocco hasn’t missed a solitary match this term, giving four goals and putting 10 assists all through the campaign to date, while also netting four goals in eight appearances in the Champions League.
During Bayern Munich ‘s battle with Paderborn, Kingsley Coman improved his personal best earlier in the season while his namesake Kingsley Ehizibue made himself known by holding the record from Matchday 7 until Hakimi’s first passage.