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YouTuber BMOnus put together two very different sides - one made up of the fastest players on the game and another featuring all of the strongest - and they simulated a one-off game between them.
The player with the highest attributes in each position got the nod and the gulf in class was clear to see throughout the experiment.
Kylian Mbappe (96 sprint speed), Adama Traore (96 sprint speed), Alphonso Davies (96 sprint speed),Leroy Sane (95 sprint speed), Kyle Walker (94 sprint speed), Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang (94 sprint speed) and Federico Valverde (89 sprint speed) are just some of the speed demons in the rapid team, wearing Borussia Dortmund's colours.
There's two relatively unknown quantities at centre-back, playing in front of Real Valladolid goalkeeper Jordi Masip, who has 65 sprint speed.
The opposition, meanwhile, do not have many household names at all. 'The Beast' Adebayo Akinfenwa, the strongest player on the game and perhaps world football on the way, is up top with 97 strength.
He partners Orlando City's Daryl Dike (96 strength) but Romelu Lukaku, although one grade below on 95 strength, is also called upon to further beef up the attack.
Kalidou Koulibaly, one of the best defenders on the game, was on the bench.
Atletico Madrid's Geoffrey Kondogbia anchored the midfield with his 84 strength but unsurprisingly, the game was incredibly one-sided.
The first half saw Leon Bailey, Mbappe and Aubameyang cause absolute chaos and get on the scoresheet, though Akinfenwa did make his mark by sending an opponent flying with a shoulder barge.
Traore got in on the act, while Mbappe and Aubameyang doubled their tallies in the second half of the 7-0 thrashing.
The strong team were anything but as they managed just one shot on target during the whole 90 minutes. They were wearing the kit of South Korean side Busan Park and that was probably apt given the level they performed at.
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