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'World's oldest professional footballer', 75, scores on debut

Eez Eldin Bahder has made a dream start to his bid to become the world’s oldest professional footballer. The 75-year-old Egyptian scored a penalty on his debut for Egyptian third-division side October 6 to help secure a 1-1 draw. ‘I became the oldest professional footballer scoring a goal in an official game,’ he said. The grandfather of six needs to play just 90 more minutes for his side to be officially recognised by the Guinness Book of World Records, beating current holder Isaak Hayik, who played in goal last April for Israel’s Ironi Or Yehuda, aged 73.
Footballer, 75, in bid to become world’s oldest professional player

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