Dominik Szoboszlai top speed in kmph and who is the fastest player in the Premier League

Dominik Szoboszlai top speed in kmph and who is the fastest player in the Premier League

Dominik Szobsozlai recently stood the speed test to become the second fastest in the premier league and fastest from Liverpool, know his top speed, height, age

Liverpool’s Dominik Szoboszlai has taken the Premier League by storm, not only with his dazzling playmaking skills but also with his incredible speed to keep his side in the game. 

Dominik Szoboszlai top speed in kmph and who is the fastest player in the Premier League speed record

At just 22 years old, Dominik Szoboszlai has already become a vital part of Liverpool’s squad. Standing at 6 feet 10 inches (1.86 cm) tall, his height gives him an advantage on the field, allowing him to cover ground quickly and efficiently with his incredible speed.

Liverpool found themselves trailing 1-0 early in their match against Wolves, but the Hungarian midfielder’s influence would soon change the game. Manager Jurgen Klopp moved him into a deeper position in the second half, where he could dictate play and contribute defensively.

It was during this phase of the match that Szoboszlai made history. While tracking back in the first half to thwart a dangerous Wolves attack, he reached a staggering top speed of 36.76 kilometers per hour (22.87 miles per hour). This remarkable feat solidified his status as the second-fastest player in Premier League history, just behind Manchester City’s Kyle Walker, who clocked 37.31 kilometers per hour  (23.18 miles per hour). 

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Szoboszlai’s impact on Liverpool’s performance in that game was undeniable. His playmaking skills, coupled with his newfound defensive responsibilities, helped turn the tide as Liverpool rallied to win 3-1. 

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Cody Gakpo, Andy Robertson, and an own goal from Hugo Bueno secured the victory, momentarily placing Liverpool at the top of the Premier League table.

After the match, Szoboszlai spoke about the pivotal halftime discussions that fueled Liverpool’s comeback. He emphasized the importance of passion, hard work, and tactical adjustments. 

His commitment to the team’s success was evident as he stated, “I think everyone would be even happier if we were not 1-0 down! But if we like to win like this, then let’s continue, but let’s win at the end of the day, always.”

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The Reds have won four of their first five matches and have their sights set on success in both domestic and European competitions. As they prepare for Europa League football and their upcoming league fixtures, Szoboszlai’s contributions will undoubtedly play a crucial role in their pursuit of silverware.

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