Sunday, June 29, 2014

FIFA World Cup 2014 - James Rodriguez Appearing As World Cup Shining Star

James Rodriguez Appearing As World Cup Shining Star


The Maracana's iconic sweep of concrete stands may have been replaced by an identikit modern arena -but Colombia's James Rodriguez produced a moment to stir all of the old place's ghosts. He is in the class of Diego Maradona, Lionel Messi and Luis Suarez, according to Uruguay boss Oscar Tabarez.
He looks like a boy. Appearances though can be deceptive. He has a man-size talent and he is writing his name in very large letters on the 2014 FIFA World Cup. The 22 years old James Rodriguez in his native Colombia, Portugal and the South of France where he’s played his club football for the last four years, they’ve known about him for a while. In the last two weeks the rest of the English speaking world has been learning to pronounce ‘James’ as ‘Ha-mez’.
We knew about Messi, Ronaldo, and Neymar. They were the names on most lips as we headed to Brazil. All three have delivered — though Ronaldo’s influence on a limited Portuguese team was always a concern. No one can question Rodriguez has now earned the right to be mentioned in such elite company.


Falcao's absence pushes Rodriguez into spotlight

It may never have come to this. Before a ball was kicked, the major question mark hanging over seeded Colombia was how it would cope without Radamel Falcao. The Colombian talisman lost his battle to recover from ACL surgery, but his absence has been a glorious blessing in disguise. Rodriguez would surely have occupied a different and less prominent role had his Monaco teammate been fit. Without Falcao, James has been both playmaker and striker — inspiring Colombia effortlessly into the World Cup quarter-finals for the first time in its history.
He is a one-man Golden Generation. All left foot, all confidence and all the talent that comes from years of practice, determination and sacrifice. James’s vision was evident in game one of the Group stage against Greece when he assisted on the first two goals and scored the third himself in the dying seconds. James was just getting started. He would add further goals against the Ivory Coast and Japan to lead his nation to a perfect 3-0 record in Group C. Then, in the historic environs of the Maracana, he brought the house down with a magnificent two-goal performance to send Uruguay back across the border. 


Golden Ball And Golden Boot Contender

Who knows where or when it will end?  Rodriguez has exploded on the World Cup with a lethal combination of flair and finishing and must be relishing the prospect of facing Brazil in the last eight. The hosts were given a mighty scare by Chile in the round of 16, and will know the hill only gets steeper from here. At the current rate of ascent, James Rodriguez could be heading home with plenty of excess baggage. He is in prime position to win both the Golden Boot and the Golden Ball. As he reflects on another job extremely well done, he would trade both for a chance to get his hands on the real prize — the World Cup itself.

FIFA World Cup 2014 - Iran vs Nigeria(0-0) Highlights

2014 FIFA World Cup - Iran vs Nigeria(0-0) Highlights

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Wednesday, June 25, 2014

FIFA World Cup 2014 - France v/s Honduras(3-0) Highlights

2014 FIFA World Cup - France v/s Honduras(3-0) Highlights

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FIFA World Cup 2014 - Switzerland v/s Ecuador(2-1) Highlights

FIFA World Cup 2014 - Switzerland v/s Ecuador(2-1) Highlights

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FIFA World Cup 2014 - England v/s Italy(1-2) Highlights

FIFA World Cup 2014 - England v/s  Italy(1-2) Highlights

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FIFA World Cup 2014 - Uruguay v/s Costa Rica(1-3) Highlights

FIFA World Cup 2014 - Uruguay v/s Costa Rica(1-3) Highlights

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FIFA World Cup 2014 - Ivory Coast v/s Japan(2-1) Highlights

FIFA World Cup 2014 - Ivory Coast v/s Japan(2-1) Highlights

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FIFA World Cup 2014 - Colombia v/s Greece(3-0) Highlights

FIFA World Cup 2014 - Colombia v/s Greece(3-0) Highlights

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FIFA World Cip 2014 - Chile v/s Australia(3-1) Highlights

Chile v/s Australia Highlights

Chile coach Jorge Sampaoli has promised a "very electrifying encounter" against Spain in Group B after they opened their World Cup campaign with a 3-1 win over Australia in Cuiaba. Chile held off an Australian fight back on Friday after taking the lead with goals from Alexis Sanchez and Jorge Valdivia in the opening 15 minutes at the Arena Pantanal. The Group B outsiders showed fighting spirit to reply through veteran Tim Cahill and they went close to equalizing before Jean Because jour secured the points in stoppage time. The win came after Spain's surprise 5-1 hammering against the Dutch, which could open up a route through the group for the Chileans. The South American side face the world champions on Wednesday. "Spain are the world champions," Sampaoli said. "They suffered a blow, but they are one of the best teams in the world. "The game against Spain will be very complicated. It will be a very electrifying encounter against them," he said.

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Monday, June 23, 2014

FIFA World Cup 2014 - Brazil Vs Cameroon - Possible Starting Lineups

FIFA World Cup 2014 - Brazil Vs Cameroon Starting Line Prediction

In the last group game Brazil need just a draw to confirmed their passage to the next round but they would like to finish first in the group so that they don’t meet Holland (who are likely to finish in Group B) in the knockout stages. Both group b games will be played at the same time.
Brazil won their opening game against Croatia where they got a bit of helping hand from the referee, while their second group game against Mexico finished 0-0 which leaves them having to get at least a draw to make it to the next round. Cameroon are of course knocked out already and they played two massively disappointing matches. Looking at the performance of first two matches Brazil will be highly favourites to win this game.

FIFA World Cup 2014 - Brazil Vs Cameroon
FIFA World Cup 2014 - Brazil Vs Cameroon

Cameroon disgraced themselves in the game against Croatia, first Alex Song getting straight red with his elbow on Croatian player so he is suspended while Benoit Assou-Ekotto and Benjamin Moukandjo head butt antiques might get them out of the starting lineup.
Brazil are likely to make a couple of changes in the starting lineup which took the field against Mexico, Scolari already hinted that Hulk has recovered from the leg problem and he might be handed a start while we might see Ramirez coming on for Paulinho

Brazil Vs Cameroon - Possible Starting Lineups

This is how we can expect both teams to lineups in the final group game, Assou-Ekotto of Cameroon might be dropped but we will have confirmed lineups 1 hour before kickoff.

Brazil Vs Cameroon - Possible Starting Lineup

Match Prediction

Brazil wins this match all day long, Cameroon has been the most disgraceful team of the tournament of yet, its nothing to do with Cameroon not having good players but its the matter of passion and discipline which this squad lacks massively. First Mexico outplayed them and they were lucky to have come away with just 1-0 defeat but Croatia tore them apart. Brazil on the other hand played decent football and there is not much of a pressure on them as they might still qualify without winning this game. I am going with a emphatic win for Brazilians.

FIFA World Cup 2014 - Spain vs Netherlands(1-5) Highlights

FIFA World Cup 2014 - Spain vs Netherlands(1-5) Highlights

Welcome to the Arena Fonte Nova in Brazil where we have Spain taking on the Netherlands in Group B

The defending champions have been drawn in a group with the team they beat in the final last time round, the Netherlands. But the Netherlands aren’t as good as they were in 2010 while Spain sport a squad that have spent a lot of time together despite rumours that the Real Madrid and Barcelona divide grows throughout the squad.
The Netherlands thoroughly dismantled the defending World Cup and two-time European champions Spain on Friday, 5-1. It was a shocking result for La Furia Roja, who many expect will defend their World Cup triumph of South Africa.  Spain struck first when Diego Costa earned a penalty thanks to some reckless Dutch defending. Alonso stepped up and coolly fired low to beat Oranje goalkeeper Jasper Cillessen.

Below you can see the complete Highlights of the match and also can check out all the goals during the match

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FIFA World Cup 2014 - Mexico vs Cameroon(1-0) Highlights

FIFA World Cup 2014 - Mexico vs Cameroon(1-0)

The 2nd match of the tournament will be between Mexico and Cameroon which was played on Friday, 13 June 2014 at the Estadio das DunasNatal in Natal. It is a Group A game and a very crucial one.. Oribe Peralta scored the only goal for Mexico in the 61st minute to give El Tri a crucial 1-0 win against Cameroon in their Group A match on Friday. On their goal, a nice buildup from Mexico created a chance for Giovani Dos Santos. His shot forced Cameroonian goalkeeper Charles Itandje into action, but the rebound fell right at Peralta's boot. He delivered, putting Mexico in front. Previously, Mexico had two goals controversially disallowed off the boot of Dos Santos. Mexican goalkeeper Guillermo Ochoa preserved the win for Mexico with a fantastic late save to keep El Tri ahead. Next up for Cameroon is a difficult fixture against favoured host nation Brazil on Tuesday, while Mexico take on Croatia on Wednesday.
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FIFA World Cup 2014 - Netherlands Vs Chile Starting Line Prediction

FIFA World Cup 2014 - Netherlands Vs Chile Starting Line Prediction

Both teams have qualified for knockout stages from the Group B but there is still first place up for grab, and finishing first in the group might avoid them a clash against Brazil. Netherlands have been breath of fresh air, playing with 5-3-2 formation leaving Robben and Van Persie upfront with alot more room to create havoc while Chile played the most compact football in the competition so far. Both teams exceeded expectations in the group stages so far, with Netherlands tearing world champions Spain apart with a 5-1 win while Chile put a massive dent on Spanish side with a comfortable 2-0 victory which ensured their passage to next round and Spain’s early exit. Netherlands looked a bit shaky at the back in 3-2 win over Australia while Chile played well to be aussies 2-1 in the opening fixture of the group.

FIFA World Cup 2014 - Netherlands Vs Chile
FIFA World Cup 2014 - Netherlands Vs Chile

Netherlands are likely to stick with the same lineup and system playing 5 at the back and three in the central roles with Robben and Van Persie playing as out and out strikers. The system has gave Netherlands much needed protection at the back with sacrificing their attacking flair.
Chile game play revolves around Alexies Sanchez who has been playing superbly in the first two matches. Chile’s defence looked much better than of Netherlands if we compared their first two games and we can see Chile causing all sorts of problems of Netherlands in this game.

Netherlands Vs Chile - Possible Starting Lineups

Here is the Starting Prediction lineup for both the teams.

FIFA World Cup 2014 - Netherlands Vs Chile  Possible Starting Lineup
Netherlands Vs Chile - Possible Starting Lineup

Match Prediction

If we go back in 2008 Euro championship where Netherlands started with defeating France and Italy in style and became the hot favourites to win the competition, they meet Russia in knockout stages and got humbled. So what I am trying to say is Netherlands tend to start big competitions on fire but there is a reason they have never won a World Cup, because they always come short in the game what matters. Netherlands are the biggest under achievers in the world cups, they had great squads in the past but could not pass that final hurdle.
Match Prediction

Chile has all the ingredients to cause all sorts of problems for Netherlands back line which looked shaky on both Spain and Australia games. This Netherlands side will create chances and will score goals but they will most certainly leak goals. We can expect a 2-1 win for Chile in this game.

FIFA World Cup 2014 - Belgium vs Russia Starting Line Prediction

FIFA World Cup 2014 - Belguim vs Russia Starting Line Prediction

Belgium came from behind to beat Algeria in their opening group game, big things are expected from this Belgium golden generation who have a very competitive squad which can go all the way. Though they struggled in the opening half of their first game, conceding a goal and failed to put Algeia under pressure. But they came good after break who two quick goals turned things around.

FIFA World Cup 2014 - Belgium vs Russia
FIFA World Cup 2014 - Belgium vs Russia

Russia on the other hand played out a 1-1 draw against South Korea but they looked very defensive unit and did not create enough chances to give us a feeling that they mean business. South Korea had them under the sword throughout the game though Fabio Cappelo side came from behind to draw level 1-1.

Dries Mertens and Marouane Fellaini came on from the bench to score goal piece which lead to Belgium victory and I expect them to start the game against Russia replacing Mousa Dembélé and Nacer Chadli.

Alan Dzagoev did not start the game against South Korea but when he came on as a sub he looked a quality player.

Russia Vs Belgium  - Possible Starting Lineups

This is how both teams starting lineups might look come the kickoff time.

FIFA World Cup 2014 - Russia Vs Beligum  - Starting Lineup
Russia Vs Belgium  - Starting Lineup

           Match  Predictions

Belgium can book their place in the final 16 with win over Russia, but Russians can overtake Beglians in the group if they can managed a win in this game. Stakes are higher and big players from both sides has to come good. Russia looks a very defensive unit under Cappelo and  this game might end in a draw. Brazil has alot to offer this summer and their fans specialy girls have been sensational in the crowds, the other day they were cheering for Bosnia when they played against Argentina.

FIFA World Cup 2014 - Spain vs Australia Starting Line Prediction

FIFA World Cup 2014 - Spain vs Australia Starting Line Prediction

This a dead rubber but both teams will be looking to sign off their early exit from world cup with a win, specialy Spain who can not afford to get beaten in third straight world cup match. Spain lost the opening two games in the hands of Holland and Chile while Australia were also on the recieving end from those two teams now they have a chance to give a few youngsters a chance to take the field and give the traveling fans something to cheer about.

FIFA World Cup 2014 - Spain Vs Australia
FIFA World Cup 2014 - Spain Vs Australia

It was totally expected for Spain to make a few changes in the starting lineup, Diego Costa is most certainly set to start from the bench with David Villa taking his place upfront, Cesc Fabregas had an altercation with coach Del Bosque and he might also sit out. While Sanit Cazorla played decent football after coming on in Chile game and he is likely to start in the midfield.
Australia on the other hand did made themselves proud with two great performances against Holland and Chile, even though they lost both game they gave it their all and were unlucky to have lost both games. They deserved something out of Holland game.

Spain vs Australia - Possible Starting Lineups

Australia  are likely to go with the unchanged lineup while you can bet your house on Del Bosque to make more than 2-4 changes in the starting lineup.

FIFA World Cup 2014 - Spain Vs Australia Starting Lineup
Spain Vs Australia - Starting Lineup

Match Predictions

Del Bosque has to ring a few changes in lineup to put up a message to under performing players, Diego Costa could not register a single shot on goal in two matches and he will be replaced by either Torres or Villa with Pedro starting alongside. Spain has too much quality in the squad to lose three straight games, So we can expect them to open up Australia in this game and score a few goals. The prediction for this match will be a easy 3-0 win for current World Champions.

FIFA World Cup 2014 - Hot Female Fans Around The World

Hot Female Fans Around The World 

Italy and Costa Rica fans cheering their teams out.

Brazil has alot to offer this summer and their fans specialy girls have been sensational in the crowds, the other day they were cheering for Bosnia when they played against Argentina.

Hot Fans From host Country Brazil

The hottest girl spotted in the stands has to be this colombia beauty, her pictures are all over internet since Colombia played greece.

Colombia Beauty up for her team
 USA showed against Ghana that they have somthing to offer this summer, their fans were great and football or sorry soccer is on the rise in states.

United States Sexy Fans Cheering 

South Korean and Japese fans are the most behaved ones in world cup, the other day Japan fan helped crew to clean the litter after the match.

Korean Beauty Cheering her National Team Against Russia

Hot Fans of Colombia and Costa Rica
A few random pictures from the first round action, we will keep updated this post with more and more pictures.

Bosnia and Mexico Girls

This hot Fan Painted her upper body as nation flag for cheering her team

Hot Fans of Holland Cheering up their team

Friday, June 20, 2014

FIFA World Cup 2014 - Hot Female Tv Presenters

World Cup Hottest Female Television Presenters

FIFA Hot TV Presenter
Hot TV Female Presenter

World Cup is in its full swing with goals flying all over the place, and many tv channels around the world has racked up some impressive list of hot female presenters to keep football fans glue to the tv even in the post and pre match shows. Today we take a look at some of the hottest Tv presenters appearing on world cup shows.

Kay Murray (Bein Sports)

Hot TV Presenter

Another beauty, Kay Murray is covering the greatest football competition in the world from brazil for “BeinSports”

Hottest FIFA TV Presenter

Ines Sainz Gallo (ESPN)

Hottest FIFA TV Presenter

FIFA 2014 Hottest TV Presenter

Vanessa Huppenkothen (Mexico)
Hottest TV Presenter

A mexican tv presenter in world cup matches, Vanessa Huppenkothen is making quite a few headlines among footy lovers and many rate her as the hottest tv presenter during 2014 FIFA World Cup.

FIFA world Cup 2014 hot tv presenter

Sara Carbonero (Spanish TV)

Hot TV presenter

She is well known now, Sara Carbonero made her name in 2010 world cup and she is also happened to be partner of Iker Casillas.

Mariana Gonzalez

FIFA World Cup 2014 hot TV Presenter

TV Presenter

Another mexican beauty who was seen during Mexico Brazil game presenting from brazil on mexico tv is, Mariana Gonzalez and she dressed up in “El Tri” completed with high heels

FIFA 2014 TV Hottest Presenter

Roberta Setimi (Brazil)

FIFA World Cup 2014 Hot Presenter

Hot TV Presenter - FIFA World Cup 2014

If you any other we would love to see your comments below and you all are also welcome with their pictures in comment.

Thursday, June 19, 2014

Controversy as FIFA World Cup 2014 Evolves

Controversy as FIFA World Cup 2014 Evolves:

FIFA World Cup 2014

Although there has been massive and sometimes violent controversy surrounding the FIFA World Cup games, the protesting of the games wanes the farther along the games evolve. This may be due to the just over 13,333 armed personnel that are in each of the 12 cities that are hosting the games throughout Brazil over the next month. There are 100,000 police officers posted in all of the 12 towns that are acting as host cities, with an additional 60,000 soldiers thrown in for added security. Events had gotten so bad in Belo Horizonte and Rio de Janeiro that store owners there had just started to remove boards from their storefronts that they had placed there to protect their property from clashes between police and protesters.
Much of the controversy has been about the $11 billion the Brazilian Government has spent on the FIFA World Cup games over the last few years, although much of the violent demonstrations wanes as the games evolve, moving forward in a flurry of sporting competition. Amid rumors of purported corruption, and then mounting delays on construction projects for the games, violent confrontations with police by demonstrators were seen in all the cities that are hosting the FIFA World Cup. People who are demonstrating against the games want to bring attention to the fact that Brazil needs more money put towards education and housing.
Although Brazil’s constitution clearly states that their citizens have the right to protest peacefully, many demonstrators in Sao Paulo last Thursday faced violent opposition from security forces. On that day the FIFA World Cup opened, and protesters were pelted with rubber bullets, stun grenades and teargas, by what they called “military police.” The group had been calmly chanting that they wanted an end to their presence during the games. The incident caused Amnesty International to issue the Government of Brazil a “yellow card,” indicating the organizations displeasure on how Brazil is managing the controversy surrounding the FIFA World Cup games, although the violence wanes as the games progress at a steady pace. An Amnesty International “yellow card” shows that the organization believes that Brazil is employing excessive force in dealing with its peaceful protesters.
In Zurich, Switzerland on Saturday, a group of about 150 protesters showed up outside the grounds of the headquarters of FIFA. They were demonstrating in conjunction with Brazil against the money involved in hosting the FIFA World Cup games paid to the organization. The group held signs that reflected their displeasure over how much the games cost to host, and that they loved football but hated FIFA. Some of the demonstrators wore masks over their faces to hide their identities. Swiss police say that although the protest was loud, there was no violence involved, and that it lasted about 20 minutes. Police saw no need to intercede except to make sure no one made it onto the grounds of FIFA headquarters.
After months of protest, the controversy that has been surrounding the FIFA World Cup wanes as the games evolve and move ahead with gusto and strong skirmishes between the world’s top soccer or football players, depending on where in the world you are. According to many of the games Brazilian fans, they say that all they want now is to enjoy the rest of the games. Even though they may agree 100 percent with what the protesters are saying, they just want to be able to watch and cheer the games on in peace. However, safety concerns about some of the venues for the games were still an issue in the week leading up to the games, highlighting the demonstrators concerns and points in regards to the construction issues surrounding the FIFA World Cup.
On Wednesday, only 90 percent of temporary seats in the stadium in Natal, in northeastern Brazil, were slated safe by a safety check. Furthermore, inspectors were not allowed entrance to the stadium while FIFA readied for the Cameroon and Mexico match to be held on Friday. Up to 100 fans of the FIFA World Cup games had been given alternate seats due to concerns over safety issues. Also at bay were questions about the overall safety of the stadium. Additionally in Natal, that city managed to keep the flow of people attending the many games moving by utilizing vans and school buses after the union for bus drivers voted to strike during a dispute over wages.
To complicate matters already stressed to the max was the torrential rain that beat down on Dunas Arena in Natal. It soaked fans, flooded streets, bogged down construction and knocked out a few of the security scanners in the stadium. In Porto Alegre the weather has been keeping the construction site at the World Cup arena soggy and mushy. Conditions are so poor, that demonstrative acts have waned at these areas and the controversy that has plagued the FIFA World Cup games fades as the games evolve into a sporting spectacle that has 900 million fans watching worldwide this year alone. Alternately in Cuiaba, workers had to race to finish carpets and air conditioning for the dry, dusty town, a short time before the Australia and Chile match on Friday.
As the controversy that has plagued the FIFA World Cup wanes and the games evolve into a true sporting competition, more and more Brazilians are claiming to be proud of the fact that their country is host of the FIFA World Cup. A person who lives in an area that saw subway stations built and road improvements implemented states that this has made life easier for them. Yet fans from other countries who have booked into promised hotels and other rest stops have said that a lot of the infrastructure they had heard about was not yet a reality. It is hoped that by the first FIFA World Cup game hosted by Rio de Janeiro today, that the security measures implemented by Brazil ensures for the right to peaceful protest by the many demonstrations that have surrounded the games for months. Security will be focusing on the flow of people and vandalism, instead of tear gas and stun grenades, the police in Rio assure the public.

FIFA World Cup 2014 - Nike Special “Golden Boot”

Neymar To Wear Nike Special “Golden Boot”  Hypervenom Gold  (Sonho Dourado) in Knockouts

Nike is trying to cash it on Brazil’s poster boy as they will be releasing a special edition boot “Hypervenom Golden Dream”. This boot will be released after the group stages matches has been played and Neymar will first wear this boot in the knockout stage game of Round of 16, It will be fun if Brazil don’t make it.

New Nike Hypervenom Gold  "Sonho Dourado" Boot

In Portuguese the boot is called “Sonho Dourado” and it represent the hopes of entire Brazil nation on Neymar to help them win their 6th world cup title. This is how the golden boot looks, it comes with a striking gold color with big Nike swoosh and it will be used exclusively by Neymar in the knockout stages. This metallic gold color will make sure Neymar will shine on the pitch and give him exclusivity as he will be the only footballer in the world cup to use these boots. Good marketing effort from Nike who are trying their best to cash it on the Brazilian wonder kind. The boot is set to release one the group stages are over, Neymar is currently using the normal hypervenom colourway and he will be switching to “Golden Dream Edition” in the round of 16 tie.

FIFA World Cup 2014 - Arjen Robben The Fastest Footballer in the World

Arjen Robben (Speed 37 kph)The Fastest Footballer in the World 

History Creator Arjan Robben became the fastest footballer in the history of Football after rapid sprint against Spain at 2014 World Cup when he clocked up top speed of 37 kilometer per hour.
On his way: Holland's Arjen Robben recorded the world's fastest ever sprint during a game

And gone! The Dutchman set a world record speed of 37km/h as he breezed beyond Sergio Ramos

Blowing Ramos (and defender Jordi Alba, back) couldn't keep up with Robben as he scored his second

The Real Madrid defender was left trailing in his wake as Robben stormed through; it appeared Ramos was leggy, only for FIFA statistics to later reveal that the 37km per hour sprint was the fastest ever recorded by a footballer.  Iker Casillas could then only watch as the Dutchman danced beyond him to score his second sumptuous goal of the night.
But while the finish was perfect in its execution, the foot race preceding it was even more impressive. Robben chased on to a ball from his own half, always half a yard ahead of Ramos, before finessing to slot beyond the goalkeeper.
Professional runner and Olympic gold medalist Usain Bolt can cloack upto 44kph and Arjan Robben reached top speed of 37 kph in the spain game making him the fastest player in the history. His previous best was in Bayern Munich shirt when he reached 30 kph speed. Before him the crown of fastest footballer was with 30-year-old  Theo Walcott's 35.7kmph, while other notable names in include the likes of Ronaldo, Messi, Rooney, Bale, Aaron Lennon and Manchester United winger Antonio Valencia.

Lets take a look at other 5 fastest footballer speed chart as below:

Arjan Robben
 37 kph
Antonio Valencia
35.2 kph
Theo Walcott
35 kph
Gareth Bale
34.7 kph
Aaron Lennon
33.8 kph
Cristiano Ronaldo
33.6 kph
Lionel Messi
32.5 kph
Wayne Rooney
32.1 kph