The Poster: Roger Milla | The Oldest Goalscorer in World Cup History

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In 1990, Roger Milla made history by becoming the oldest goalscorer in World Cup history. At the ripe age of 42, Milla proved that age is nothing but a number. He was an integral part of the Cameroon team that made it to the quarter finals, and his goals helped bring international attention to African football. In this blog post, we will take a closer look at Roger Milla's remarkable career.

Who is Roger Milla and what was his club career like?

Roger Milla is a retired Cameroonian football striker who played for a number of clubs during his career, including Tonnerre Yaoundé, Saint-Étienne, Montpellier, and JS Kairouan. He is best known for his performances at the 1990 World Cup, where he scored four goals to help Cameroon reach the quarter-finals.

Milla began his career with Léopard Douala in 1970 and helped the club win Cameroon's top division three times from 1972 to 1974. He moved to Tonnerre where he won the African Cup Winners Cup in 1975. Milla went to France to join Valenciennes in 1977 before getting his big move to Monaco. Though he spent only one season with the club, he won the Coupe de France with them. He moved to Bastia the next season and again won the Coupe de France. Milla went on to play for other French clubs like Saint Etienne, and Montpellier before returning to Cameroon with Tonnerre and this time won the Cameroonian Cup. Milla eventually retired with the Indonesian club Putra Samarinda in 1996.

How was Roger Milla's time with the Cameroonian national team?

Milla first played for the Cameroonian national team in 1982 and was part of the squads that won the African Cup of Nations in 1984 and 1988. He also played at the 1988 Summer Olympics, but it was at the 1990 World Cup where Milla really made his mark on the international stage. In Cameroon's opening match against Argentina, Milla came on as a substitute and scored a goal to give his team a surprising lead. The game ended in a win for Cameroon, with Milla being named Man of the Match. He would go on to score two more goals in group stage matches against Romania and the Soviet Union. In the round of 16 match against Colombia, Milla again came on as a substitute and scored the winning goal in extra time to help Cameroon advance to the quarter-finals. They would ultimately lose to England in the quarter-finals, but Milla's performances at the World Cup made him a national hero in Cameroon.

In the 1994 World Cup, Milla became the oldest player to ever score at a World Cup at the age of 42 when he scored against Russia in the group stage. He would retire from international football after the tournament. Milla scored 44 goals for his country. He was named African Footballer of the Year in 1990 and 1992, and he was inducted into the CAF Hall of Fame in 2006.

What was Roger Milla's style of play?

Roger Milla is one of Cameroon's most beloved

Roger Milla was known for his pace and power, as well as his ability to score goals. He was a physical presence on the pitch and used his strength to bully defenders. He was also a very good dribbler and had a knack for scoring important goals. In addition to his playing abilities, Milla was also known for his exuberant celebrations, which often involved him dancing around the corner flag.

Roger Milla was a tall and powerful striker who was known for his ability to score goals with either foot. He was also known for his trademark goal celebration, which involved him running to the corner flag and dancing around it.Milla was a physical presence on the pitch and used his strength to hold off defenders and create space for himself. He was an excellent finisher and had a knack for being in the right place at the right time. In addition to his goalscoring ability, Milla was also known for his work ethic and determination. These attributes helped him overcome any physical disadvantages he may have had against younger opponents.

What is Roger Milla's legacy?

Roger Milla is a legend of African football. He was the first African player to score at a World Cup and he helped put Cameroon on the map with his performances at the 1990 World Cup. He is also one of only two players to score in three different World Cups. Milla's career spanned two decades and he was still scoring goals at the age of 42. He was a trailblazer for African players in Europe and helped put Cameroon on the map with his performances at the World Cup. He is also credited with popularizing the "corner flag dance" celebration. Milla's legacy goes beyond just his on-field accomplishments. He is also known for his work off the field, as he is an ambassador for peace and a UNICEF goodwill ambassador. In 2000, he was named one of FIFA's 125 greatest living players. Milla's story is an inspiration to many African footballers and he will always be remembered as one of the game's greats.

Poster of Roger Milla