VIDEO: Record-breaking Miura becomes world's oldest scorer at 50

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The Japanese forward found the net to claim Preston legend Stanley Matthews's record as the oldest player to score in a professional match

Kazuyoshi Miura take a bow!

The race for the Golden Shoe

The 50-year-old Yokohama FC forward clearly still has plenty to offer as he struck the only goal of the game in his side's 1-0 win over Thespa Kusatsu in J-League 2 to become the oldest scorer ever.

Miura slotted home a rebound to cue wild celebrations, with the goal seeing him take Sir Stanley Matthews's record that had stood for some 52 years.

Check out a video of the goal at the top of the page!

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