Europa League holder Manchester United started their new Premier League season in speculative performance in more ways than one.
Red Devil new-look side was immediately propelled to the top of the table courtesy of an emphatic 4-0 win over West Ham on Sunday with former Everton man Romelu Lukaku on fire with two goals marking his home and Premier League debut for his new side.
Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho appears to have molded a side bearing many of the hallmarks of his title-winning Chelsea outfits, with a steely defense protected by a powerful enforcer in Nemanja Matic and an attack laden with pace, one which looks absolutely devastating on the break.
According to Opta data, three Manchester United players clocked the fastest sprint speeds recorded in the Premier League over the course of the opening weekend.
With the most surprising is Paul Pogba who dominant midfield and beautiful display for the fourth goal, for his side topped the list reaching a speed of 21.5mph as did with best friend Lukaku.
Arsenal star Theo Walcott prevented a clean sweep of United players taking the top three positions by hitting the 21.4mph during his substitute appearance against Leicester City last Friday evening, while Marcus Rashford was only narrowly behind with a speed of 21.3mph.