Hector Gasellerin; the Roadrunner, the man who stopped Pedro with *that* sprint when the Spaniard decided to do his best Usain Bolt impression at the Emirates. No real surprise, as the Spanirad clocked a club record of 4.42 seconds over 40 metres. See ya, Theo Walcott.
Now the Spaniard’s injured, he’s busy tucking into what’s exactly going into your Christmas stocking… Football manager, and FIFA 17. Yep, enjoy having your day off, Hector, it’s better than training with this muppet.
As well as working on his gaming skills, looks like the full-back has been on media duties as the 21-year-old revealed all about his Arsenal teammates…
Perez must be moaning his head off that the Spaniard’s been about as useful as those zips on his manager’s coat. Petr Cech, yeah, great shout as a manager; clear leader of men, vocal from the back, and carries respect from just about every football fan. The Ox, must be the double D of – dancin-and-dressin’ – which got him this; Jason Puncheon comes to mind ?…
Have a look at the 10 quickest players in the Premier League that have been clocked…
10) Hector Bellerin – 34.77
When Bellerin caught up with Pedro in the Arsenal versus Chelsea match, we genuinely thought the Spaniard was in the wrong sport.
Amazing that he's only 10th on the list.
8=Maya Yoshida – 34.78
Been in England; on the South Coast for four years, and no-one has heard of the bloke.
Still, can't half shift for a centre-back.
Source: Turn Style
8=Theo Walcott – 34.78
Theo has been flying, this season. How is the Englishman only eighth on the list?!
Source: Arsenal Mania
7) Wilfried Zaha – 34.79
Will the Palace man ever reach those high expectations of him?
The 23-year-old will certainly have to rely on his pace, if he is to get to that potential... lightening.
6) Eric Bailly – 34.84
Bloody hell the centre-half has got wheels. Just another quality outlet to the Man United man's locker.
5) Andre Gray – 34.87
Reminds us of a Gabriel Agbonlahor, when the Villa man fancies showing up on the weekend.
Scarily quick, useful on the counter, and has a goal in him.
4) Jamie Vardy – 35.10
No real surprises here. So imporant to the Englishman's game.
The combo of Vardy's pace and work-rate, means all centre-backs need to be on their toes when facing the Leicester man.
3) Kyle Walker – 35.18
Class player. Has a bit of everything in his game, including speed which has led the Spurs defender to be dubbed London's Roadrunner.
2) Lynden Gooch – 35.19
Largely unknown, as did not play a Premier League game last season.
However, featured in five this term for Sunderland, and with the midfielder's speed - the bloke has glided past some defenders already.
1) Shane Long – 35.31
Ay?! We knew the striker was rapid, but not that bloody quick.
If you were a centre-back you wouldn't want to get in a drag race with the Irishman.