21-year-old Terens Puhiri probably won’t be the most conspicuous name in football, nor does he play for a first class club yet he holds the differentiation of apparently being the world’s quickest footballer.
The winger, who plays for Indonesian First Division side Borneo FC, acquired global approval with this magnificent objective against Mitra Kukar.
Puhiri appeared to be second-top choice to arrive at a ball yet consumed the distance like a flash, blitzing past his marker, running past the goalkeeper and afterward tucking the ball home.
Usain Bolt is perceived as the world’s quickest man, holding the world records for both the 100m and 200m runs just as gold decorations in the two occasions at three back to back Olympic Games.
His introduction to football was fleeting, with the Jamaican unfit to discover a harmony between his speed and ball-playing capacity.
Notwithstanding being a negligible part of Bolt’s tallness, Puhiri seems to have found some kind of harmony – at any rate he accomplished for this phenomenal objective – and could be one to watch.