Bellerin has been in fine form .

Hector Bellerin posts humorous video involving Theo Walcott

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Hector Bellerin and Theo Walcott have long debated just who is the quickest player at Arsenal. 

It was initially believed that Walcott was out on his own as the fastest man in north London, but Bellerin has come to prominence recently. 

And Bellerin has now posted a rather amusing video to prove that he's faster than Walcott...


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Well, it doesn't exactly prove anything, but it remains fairly humorous. After a training session, with Walcott taking a stroll, the Spaniard filmed himself racing past his teammate,  shouting: “look I am quicker than Theo.”

You certainly have to admire Bellerin's sense of humour, while Walcott has insisted that he will race the defender on the field. 

Walcott responds 

As reported by the Independent, the England international stated: “Hector is saying he’s quicker than me.

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"I want to see you on the field at some point and we’ll have a race and see who’s quickest yeah?”

Huge game 

The duo may well have to put any race on hold for the time being, however, with the Gunners set for a huge clash on home soil against Manchester City tomorrow evening. 

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Arsene Wenger's side will be desperate to secure all three points over their title rivals as they go in search of making ground on Premier League leaders Leicester City. 

Arsenal fans: do you think Bellerin is quicker than Walcott? Have your say below! 

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