Friday, 16 September 2016

HECTOR BELLERIN AWAIT PHONE CALL TO RACE WITH USAIN BOLT

Arsenal's Hector Bellerin broke The Walcot's record of 40m club sprint record in 2015 but has now laid down the gauntlet for the fastest man in the world.

Ever since signing for Arsenal back in 2011, Bellerin has been known for his rapid pace.
Arsenal fans know he is capable of flying down the right flank to track back or to whip in a cross but many have also speculated that he could be as fast as the Olympic sprint legend Usain Bolt.

Bellerin told a fan Q&A in London as the face of the Puma FC Herzo collection "It's not me you have to ask, i've been waiting for that phone call from Jamaica, I challenged him a while ago and he [Usain Bolt] said maybe after Rio. So i'm just waiting now, need to push him."

Bolt's haul at Rio was gold in 100m, 200m and 4x100m to become an unprecedented 'triple-triple' Olympic champion, so perhaps Bellerin would have a better chance against his team-mates

Bellerin told KCTV "We have a quick team full of speedsters, I think it's really important in the game now.
"Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain always says he want to race me and Theo (Walcott) but it never really happens.

 
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