Miura Chira sets the record for the oldest professional player at 50 years and 7 days

Miura Chira sets the record for the oldest professional player at 50 years and 7 days
In the second round of the Japanese J2 League last Sunday, Yokohama FC played against Nagasaki Kyomaru, Miura Miura started and was replaced by his teammates in the 54th minute.At 50 years and 7 days, he also surpassed England legend Stanley Matthews, setting a record for the oldest professional player.  ESPN reported that in the second round of the Japanese J2 League in the new season, Miura Chiara started on behalf of Yokohama FC and was replaced by his teammates in the 54th minute. Yokohama FC finally drew Nagasaki’s success pill 1-1, and Miura ZhiliangAlso at the age of 50 years and 7 days, surpassed the first Golden Globe winner England famous Matthews 50 years and 5 days, breaking the record of the oldest professional player appearance.In 1965, Matthews played for Stoke City and completed the final game of his career, helping the team beat Fulham 3-1 at home.  The ESPN report also said that Miura also humbly told the reporter of the FIFA official website on Tuesday: I don’t think I surpassed this legend (Matthews), maybe I surpassed him in his career, but in the data andHonor I cannot match him.  In addition, after Miura broke the record, FIFA also sent him a congratulatory message via official Twitter.The Japanese legend has left footprints in Europe and South America. He has played for Italy’s Genoa and Syria’s Dynamo Zagreb, as well as Brazil’s Santos, Palmeiras and Curitiba.  Miura played 89 times on behalf of the Japanese national team and scored 55 goals. However, at the end of the peak, he missed the 1998 French football, and his career missed the World Cup and became a regret for Miura.In August last year, when Yokohama FC defeated the Osaka Sakura 3-2 away, Miura Chira’s right foot shot from the front of the penalty area continued to set the record for the highest age scorer in the Japanese league at the age of 49 years and 165 days.