FIFA World Cup 2014 - Mundial Brasil 2014. El meta colombiano Faryd Mondragon de 43 años, salió al final para batir la marca de jugador más longevo en participar en un Mundial que tenía el camerunés Roger Milla
FIFA World Cup 2014 - Faryd Mondragon Goalkeeper Faryd Mondragon of Colombia substitutes David Ospina during the 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil Group C match between Japan and Colombia at Arena Pantanal on June 24, 2014 in Cuiaba, Brazil. Mondragon became the oldest player to play at the World Cup aged 43 years and 3 days.
Colombia manager Jose Pekerman provided us with one of the most touching moments of this incredible tournament when he subbed on reserve goalkeeper Faryd Mondragon. At 43 years and 3 days old, he is the oldest player to ever appear at a World Cup, besting legendary Cameroon striker Roger Milla (42 years, 39 days at the 1990 World Cup):