Coman, 23, claims to be “very much the same” as international teammate Mbappe over 15-20 meters. In the early part of 2019/20, he also set a new Bundesliga record with a top speed of 22.16 miles per hour, officially becoming him the quickest player in Germany‘s top flight since thorough data collection began in 2011.
However, the Frenchman has since been usurped in the league-wide sprint stakes by Borussia Dortmund’s Achraf Hakimi (22.49 mph), Bayer Leverkusen’s Moussa Diaby (22.34 mph) and Cologne’s Kingsley Ehizibue (22.3 mph), as well as on the Bayern training pitches by Canadian teenager Davies. “It’s him,” Coman told Eurosport when asked which of the two wide players is the record champions’ king of speed. “We’ve already done some testing at Bayern, it’s him. If it’s the speed in slaloms or turning I think I’m a little faster, but in a straight line it’s him.”
Alphonso Davies is without a doubt one of the most exciting young prospects in world football right now, and we have had the pleasure of watching him excel for Bayern Munich for the past season. Sadly, his recent ankle injury means that he will sit out the rest of the year, but rather than dig ourselves deeper into misery, I thought it would be better to focus on how much Phonzie has offered the club so that we can look forward to his return in the future.
So, without further ado, here are the top five best moments of Phonzie’s career at Bayern so far