Modern football has changed a lot from traditional schools. Today, health is not enough. There are countless physical attributes required. Today, players work on everything from their physical strength to their agility.
Competition isn’t just about hard work in training, it’s just as important in the gym. As the demand for the game continues to grow, there are more players in football who can change the game in the blink of an eye. As we all know, players in the Spanish league are among the most physically demanding in the world.
Now let’s take a look at the top five players in La Liga.
5. Reuben sobrino - 35.2 kp
Ruben Sobrino is a Spanish winger who plays for Cadiz. His name may not be familiar to many fans, but he has been a stalwart of La Liga teams for years. Last season, he hit 35.2 kilometers per hour and caused plenty of problems for defenders.
Nephew has also been a regular in La Liga for six years and has played for Valencia during his career. He comes from the Real Madrid academy, having played for English giants Manchester City in 2014 and 2017 respectively. The Spanish winger will once again face an immediate challenge this coming season to contribute to some big goals for the team. And so did the team.
4. Jose Ido - 35.2 kp
The next name on this list is Jose Ido. The Ghanaian can play centre-back in La Liga but he is one of the faster players. Last year’s speed of 35.2 kilometers per hour caught the eye of many batsmen. Last season he made 32 appearances and was a strong man at the back. Ido joined La Liga in 2019 and has been a nightmare for opponents ever since.
He uses his pace to the limit, especially on the counter-attack, giving him an advantage in front of his attackers. He was Vinicius Jr. and fastball players like Yannick Carrasco are hard to beat. Behind the scenes, Ido will seek to establish and manage Celta Vigo.
3. Luis Suárez 35.3 kp
Grenada had a bad season last year. They have won just 8 of their 38 games and qualified for the group stage. However, they do have one player who always has a good season: striker Luis Suárez. The Colombian striker is the fastest player in the world, clocking 35.3 km/h last season.
Last season he played 37 games and scored 8 goals. In addition to scoring goals, his speed also plays a vital role on defense. Suarez is harder to defend on the counter-attack and bigger defenders struggle to contain him. However, having hit relegation and now moved from Granda to Marseille, he scored two goals on his debut.
2. Alvaro Garcia - 35.4 Kp
Alvaro Garcia was one of the most prominent stars in La Liga last season. At the time, he had his best season as he scored seven goals and had four assists. Rayo Vallecano finished 12th last season largely due to Garcia’s ability on the left flank and consistently impressed.
Alvaro Garcia’s speed of 35.4 km/h is the fastest in the league. With defenders now well aware of his pedigree, he will look to continue his impressive form from last season.
1. Inaki Williams 35.4 Kp
It’s no surprise that Inaki Williams stepped down. The Ghana striker has been the defender’s biggest dream since joining the Spanish top flight in 2014-15. In 340 games for Bilbao, Williams has scored 74 goals so far.
Inaki Williams last time 35.4 km. This is his eighth season in the Spanish league and Williams is hoping to give fans another chance and continue his progress in attack.
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