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Onyeka Cements Position In Brentford’s Records Books

Frank Onyeka...(boldsports.com image)
Frank Onyeka...(boldsports.com image)

Brentford’s midfield maestro, Frank Onyeka, has cemented his place in the club’s record books, emerging as the fastest Bee in the just-concluded 2023/24 Premier League season.

In a recent post made by the Premier League on their official Instagram page, they posted all the fastest runs by each club and Onyeka emerged the fastest for Brentford.

Onyeka clocked a blistering 36.11km/h during Brentford’s clash against Arsenal on March 9, leaving the competition in his dust.

Others include Arsenal youngster Gabriel Martinelli recorded 36.32km/h top speed while Moussa Diaby was Villa’s fastest with 36.43km/h. Illia Zabarnyi proved defenders can be quick too, clocking 36.61km/h for Bournemouth.

Jakub Moder showcased a top speed of 36.83km/h for Brighton, Burnley defender Dara O’Shea wasn’t afraid to get forward, reaching a top speed of 36.72km/h while Chelsea’s Mykhailo Mudryk clocked 35.71km/h.

Veteran defender Nathaniel Clyne showed he still has some gas in the tank, reaching 34.49km/h for Crystal Palace, Everton’s Amadou Onana had a top speed of 36.65km/h, Fulham’s Harry Wilson recorded 36.22km/h and Liverpool’s midfielder Dominik Szoboszlai proved a creative force with a top speed of 36.76km/h.

Luton Town’s Chiedozie Ogbene recorded a top speed of 36.94km/h, Manchester City’s Erling Haaland had a top speed of 36.32km/h, Manchester United’s Diogo Dalot recorded a top speed of 35.46km/h and Newcastle youngster Anthony Gordon reached a top speed of 36.68km/h.

This trend continued across the league, with Nottingham Forest’s Anthony Elanga (36.90km/h), Sheffield United’s Cameron Archer (34.70km/h), Tottenham’s Micky van de Ven (37.37km/h), West Ham’s Nayef Aguerd (35.35km/h) and Wolves’ Pedro Neto (36.86km/h) completing the list.

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