1. Roger Milla
It’s not easy to score a goal at the age of 42, and it’s even more difficult to do so in a World Cup tournament.
Roger Milla, 42, is the world’s oldest goal scorer, having scored Cameroon’s solitary goal in a 6-1 defeat to Russia in the 1994 World Cup.
2. Jay-Jay Okocha
Okocha was named to the starting lineup in the round of 16 encounter between Italy and Nigeria in USA ’94, after starting off the bench in the group stage games.
In that game, the Nigerian completed 15 dribbles, which is a world cup record.
3. Sadio Mane
Sadio Mane astonished football fans when he scored a hat trick for Southampton in only two minutes and 56 seconds against Aston Villa.
To this day, he holds the record for being the fastest player to score a hattrick in the Premier League.
4. Mohamed Salah
Salah set a new Premier League goal record in his debut season at Liverpool, scoring 32 goals, breaking the old record of 31 shared by Shearer, Ronaldo, and Suarez.