HUGE ANNOUNCEMENT: Champions League make surprise Newcastle United announcement after famous PSG win

Sandro Tonali of Newcastle United was the fastest player during the second round of Champions League group games last week.

Following a goalless draw with AC Milan at the San Siro, the Magpies upset French champions Paris Saint-Germain with a 4-1 victory at St James’ Park.
Miguel Almiron gave the Magpies the lead early on, and Geordie defender Dan Burn made it 2-0 before halftime.
Sean Longstaff, a North Shields native, put United up 3-0 shortly after the break. PSG’s Lucas Hernandez pulled one back, but Fabian Schar finished an unforgettable night with a 25-yard strike during injury time.

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Newcastle’s biggest-ever Champions League triumph came in their first home game in the competition in 20 years.

If you’d bet on any player recording a high speed on Tyneside, you’d bet on Kylian Mbappe, right? Eat your heart out, Kylian, for that little honor goes to Tonali.

According to the Champions League’s official X account, the Italian reached a high speed of 35.5km/h, placing him ahead of AC Milan’s

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Christian Pulisic and Manchester United’s Marcus Rashford and Rasmus Hojlund.

Mbappe was sixth on the list, with a speed of 34.4km/h. Tonali was followed by Benfica’s David Neres at 35.4km/h.

Tonali was not a name that many Newcastle supporters associated with speed, but the midfielder was able to get up to maximum speed to assist Newcastle secure a historic victory.

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