Who has more assists Haaland or Mbappe?
Kylian Mbappe has a total of 2 asssists, 30 key passes (these are passes leading to a shot on goal) and he created a total of 35 chances. Erling Haaland has a total of 3 assists, 21 key passes and he created a total of 15 chances.
The player continues to amuse us in different ways on the field. The French forward Kylian Mbappe is faster than him and is better at scoring goals too. Before reaching the age of 23 he has already won a lot for his club and country.
Paris Saint-Germain forward Lionel Messi has provided the most assists in football. The Argentina captain has tallied 386 assists in his record-breaking career for club and country.
Marcelo assisted Cristiano Ronaldo 25 times when they played for Real Madrid. Most of the assists involved the Brazilian providing lovely crosses from the left.
That title goes to Ghana's Kamaldeen Sulemana who sprinted at 35.69 kilometers, as per The Athletic.
If we consider the fastest speed they have ever recorded in their respective careers, Kylian Mbappé is the winner.
Sitting at the pole of fastest Ligue 1 players is Mbappe. The lightning left winger put up the fastest run time over the first half of the French season, clocking in at a blistering 36 km/h (22.4 mph). Mbappe sits in rarified air among World Cup starlets in regards to velocity.
Mbappé, 24, scored 56 goals in as many games in all competitions for club and country, including five hat-tricks and eight penalties. Haaland was ten goals behind the Frenchman after playing 13 games fewer – the Norwegian averaged better than a goal per game in 2022.
Mbappé was the tournament's top scorer with eight goals and became only the second player in history to score a hat-trick in the final (after England's Geoff Hurst in 1966). His four World Cup final goals (across two finals) is an all-time record.
Top ten fastest players in world revealed with Kylian Mbappe clocking staggering 10.6 metres per SECOND. KYLIAN MBAPPE is the fastest footballer in the world. The Paris Saint-Germain speedster has helped the French giants to four Ligue 1 titles - plus a Champions League final.
Who is the world's best dribbler?
One of the greatest ever to grace the sport, Lionel Messi has made a massive impact on any team he has donned the jersey for and his dribbling skill is the major reason for it. Whether playing for the Argentina national football team or Paris Saint-Germain (PSG), Messi produces brilliance in every match.
We don't think of Messi as a speedster. It is his speed of thought that impresses us as much as anything. But in terms of pure leg-blurring pace, Mbappe is the speedier of the two.
- Lionel Messi | 368 assists.
- Luis Suarez | 277 assists.
- Cristiano Ronaldo | 272 assists.
- Thomas Muller | 288 assists.
- Angel Di Maria | 267 assists.
1. Luis Suarez – 47. During Suarez and Messi's six years together at Camp Nou, Barcelona were a devastating attacking force.
The player who has given him the most assists throughout his career is the Uruguayan Luis Suárez, with whom he played six seasons at FC Barcelona, then comes Neymar with whom he played for many years and is now his partner at PSG.
The French forward Kylian Mbappe is faster than him and is better at scoring goals too. Before reaching the age of 23 he has already won a lot for his club and country. It is easy to say that Mbappe can surpass Neymar when he reaches his age with better stats and more trophies in his bag.
BBC Sport recorded his official top speed as 20.2mph, which is pretty impressive.
Cristiano Ronaldo was clocked at 33.95 km/h against Spain. That's the fastest of any player at the FIFA World Cup... He's 33-years-old. Max Gonzalez and 33,261 others like this.
Who is faster than Messi?
Bringing the argument back to the Messi vs Ronaldo debate, Cristiano Ronaldo has been faster than Lionel Messi in the FIFA World Cup in Qatar. Following is the match-to-match comparison of the top speeds of the two forwards in the tournament so far.
Neymar da Silva Santos Júnior also known by the name Neymar Jr is a Brazilian professional soccer player who plays for Paris Saint-Germain. His top speed is 21.6 mph. or 34.83 kmh.
2. Robert Lewandowski (Barcelona)
TC on Twitter: "Erling Haaland's career stats: • 202 games • 173 goals • 48 assists This is not fake. https://t.co/8Iup8T8bYv" / Twitter.
Messi holds the record for most goals in La Liga (474), the Supercopa de España (14), the UEFA Super Cup (3) and is the player with the most official recorded assists in football history (350).