Kylian Mbappe, the ace of Paris Saint-Germain (PSG) and the symbol of the French national team, is regarded as one of her biggest strengths.
So how fast is Mbappe.
Britain’s “Give Me Sports” has achieved an interesting virtual showdown. It is a virtual showdown of 100 meters between Usain Bolt and Mbappe, the world’s fastest man, and Usain Bolt, dubbed the “Bullet Man.” The result is?
Of course, Bolt won. Mbappe cannot beat Bolt, the world’s best sprinter specialized in track and field, especially short-distance running, no matter how fast he is as a soccer player. Bolt is a legend of track and field that changed the history of track and field.
Both skaters clinched the gold medal by setting their fastest times, setting a new world record of 9.58 seconds in the 100-meter dash. In contrast, Mbappe had a time of 10.9. When Bolt set the new world record, his speed amounted to 47.72 kilometers, an absolutely great figure. No one on earth can beat anyone else. He is a legend who has exceeded the limits of human beings. Mbappe’s top speed was 38 kilometers.
In fact, Mbappe is no match for Bolt. Nevertheless, Mbappe is the fastest man among soccer players. He is not a track and field athlete, but Mbappe boasts the fastest feet among ordinary (?) soccer players.
What is still surprising is that Mbappe is not embarrassed when he competed in the 100-meter dash at the Olympics. He could be in the top ranks, which is slightly below the medal table. If he puts in a little more effort, he will be able to win a medal. This means that he boasts of the highest speed among ordinary (?) people.
The media explained, “If Mbappe competed in the 100m at the Tokyo Olympics, he was just over a second behind the bronze medalist André de Graçe (9.89 seconds).”
If Mbappe like this runs at will, ordinary (?) soccer players who are not specialized in track and field cannot stop Mbappe.