It’s one of the easiest things to do on FIFA: get the ball to a fast player, hold the sprint key, and run like the wind. But who have been the fastest players in the game over the years?
Cristiano Ronaldo and Theo Walcott make the list, no surprises there, while the fastest player on FIFA 18 is Borussia Dortmund’s Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, who was also top of the list in FIFA 17.
The rest of the list features a few names who’ll be a blast from the past and others known probably only to die-hard FIFA gamers.
Who do you think has been the fastest player in each edition of FIFA? Watch the video to see if you’re right!
There’s a reason the transfer window is also called silly season. With the tabloids ready to jump on the slightest hint of a sensational move, every window comes with its fair share of scarcely believable rumours.
That’s why you can get talk of Sergio Aguero crossing the Manchester divide, or former Arsenal star Lukas Podolski taking to Twitter to instantly shoot down speculation linking him to Tottenham. There have even been summers where someone has suggested Real Madrid could buy Lionel Messi from Barcelona!
— Lukas-Podolski.com (@Podolski10) October 20, 2014
But it’s not just rivalries that make some transfer rumours laughable; sometimes, it’s just the sheer absurdity of them. Who would have believed that Nicklas Bendtner would go to Juventus, or Emmanuel Adebayor could end up at Real Madrid?
Those particular crazy rumours actually ended up being true, of course, but there are always plenty, in every window, which would make any fan think, “no way that’s going to happen”.
The current window’s crazy rumours feature players like Theo Walcott and Andy Carroll – always favourites of the rumour mill. Check out the video to see who they’ve been linked with.
Real Madrid defender Marcelo loves to attack when he’s on the pitch, so the guys at COPA90 put his skills to the test in front of goal with their five-shot challenge.
It’s fair to say the Brazilian international may have showed why he’s better at providing assists for the likes of Cristiano Ronaldo and Gareth Bale, rather than finding the back of the net himself!