Egypt goalkeeper Essam El Hadary became the oldest player ever to appear at a World Cup after being named in the starting XI against Saudi Arabia.
FIFA 2018: Saudi Arabia beat Egypt 2-1
In the 21st season of the FIFA World Cup, a match was played between Egypt and Saudi Arabia on Monday in Group A. In this exciting match, Saudi Arabia managed to beat Egypt by 2-1.
This magnificent goalkeeper from Egypt has done a great job for his team in many matches and put a lot of efforts to make team victorious.
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Essam El Hadary smash the record set by Colombia goalkeeper Faryd Mondragon, who was aged 43 years and three days when he played against Japan in Brazil in 2014. Faryd Mondragon recorded his name in the 2014 World Cup in the Brazilian World Cup.
El Hadary is 45 years and 161 days old made his debut for Egypt in 1996. He is also known as "High Dam".
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