The Moment Real Madrid's Vinicius Junior Ran 34 km/h In The 90th Minute
Vinicius Junior has pace to burn. He showed off his incredible acceleration for Real Madrid on Wednesday night.
Vinicius Junior is quick. Seriously quick. He actually recorded a top speed of 34 km/h in a stunning, stunning moment against Leganes.
Wow. Just wow. That speed is ridiculous.
He was, unfortunately, unable to deliver an assist after Brahim Diaz failed to find the back of the net.
To put that pace in perspective, Cristiano Ronaldo reached a top speed of 33.98 km/h - the fastest speed recorded at the 2018 World Cup.
This has to be one of the fastest counter attack in football history. Haven't seen anyone as quick as Cristiano Ronaldo on the counters... pic.twitter.com/WGRc5VxGwE
- KroosT8 (@KroosT8) June 16, 2018
It's not the first time he's left Real Madrid fans gobsmacked.
The 18-year-old pulled off one of the most satisfying touches of the season versus CSKA Moscow in the Champions League.
:movie_camera: Vinicius Jr is magic. :tophat::flag_br: pic.twitter.com/zX7eUh7rL4
- Sandi. (@splusk10) December 12, 2018
¡LA MAGIA DE VINICIUS JR A NIVEL UEFA CHAMPIONS LEAGUE!
- Soldado de Coentrao :punch: (@RmdBale14) December 12, 2018
The Brazilian phenom has played 15 games across all competitions this season, and has chipped in with three goals.