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Cameroon legend Milla: It will 'be very difficult to beat' Fifa World Cup record

Till date, the Indomitable Lions legend stands as the oldest player to ever score a goal in a World Cup tournament at the age of 42

Former Cameroon striker Roger Milla has disclosed that his record as the oldest goalscorer at the Fifa World Cup will be very difficult to beat but it is not impossible to achieve.

Milla etched his name in the record books on June 28, 1994, after scoring his country's only goal in their 6-1 loss to Russia in their final group fixture in USA '94.

With Cameroon trailing by 3-0 at Stanford Stadium, 42-year-old Milla replaced Louis Mfede just before the start of the second half, and he found the back of the net a minute later.

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