Italy’s Leonardo Spinazzola sprinted at 33.8km/h, faster than any other player so far at Euro 2020, with Giovanni Di Lorenzo also in the top 10.
UEFA released the statistics after the first two sets of games and there were some surprising results, as Kylian Mbappé did not appear in the top 20 fastest sprints of the tournament.
Instead, Azzurri and Roma full-back Spinazzola came out on top, as he hit 33.8km/h.
In second place was Daniel James of Wales, at 33.5km/h, then Denmark’s Andreas Christensen at 33.3km/h.
Raheem Sterling, Connor Roberts and Breel Embolo followed, with another Italy player in seventh place, as Di Lorenzo ran at 32.6km/h.
The top 10 is completed by Martin Hinteregger, Patrik Schick and Konrad Laimer.