US News Kazu Miura, 53, sets a new J-League record
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The king is unbeatable.
If his Yokohama club lost to Kawasaki (3-2), Kazuyoshi Miura did not lose everything on Wednesday. Holder for the occasion, the Japanese striker has indeed become the oldest player to play in a J-League match, at 53 years and 210 days.
He thus erases tablets Masashi Nakayama, who is now a kid with his previous record, established in 2012 at 45 years old. King Kazu's last top flight was in 2007, as Yokohama had spent the last twelve seasons in the second division.
All hail King Kazu ?? At 53 years & 210 days, Kazuyoshi Miura became the oldest player ever to play in the, eclipsing the previous record of 45 years, 2 months & 1 day set by Masashi Nakayama
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He'll bury us all.
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