Former Chelsea FC forward Fernando Torres has been fined £400 for speeding.
The Spanish star was also given four penalty points on his licence and told to pay £85 costs at Staines Magistrates' Court on Friday (February 6).
Torres, 30, of King's Warren, Oxshott in Surrey, at the time of offence, did not attend the hearing.
He was caught on August 18 driving at 47mph on the 30mph Fairmile Lane, in Cobham, near Chelsea FC's training ground in Stoke D'Abernon.
Since the speeding incident, the misfiring striker has been loaned to AC Milan, who have subsequently loaned him to Atlético Madrid.
Torres started in the youth team at the current La Liga champions and is held in high regard at the club. He has already scored three goals since moving there in January.
In 2007, Torres joined Liverpool where he became a cult hero by scoring 81 goals in 142 games.
Four years later he joined arch-rivals Chelsea FC in a British record £50 million pound deal but he could never recreate the same form - hitting just 20 goals in 110 appearances.
Originally published on Get Surrey.