Roger Milla record broken by Columbian #Brasil2014

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Columbian keeper, Faryd Mondragon became the oldest player at 43 years 2 days to ever play in a world cup when he came on in his sides 4-1 win over japan to break a record previously held by Cameroonian legend Roger Milla who set the record back in 1994. The Cameroonian however remains the oldest goal scorer in world cup history.

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