The 55-year-old Japanese player Kazuyoshi Miura helped his team, “Suzuka Point Jetters”, to beat its host “Tiamo Herkana” 3-1, in a match that brought the two teams together for the 27th round of the Japanese fourth division.
Although Miura started the match from the bench, the coach of the Suzuka Point Greaters team allowed him to enter in the last minutes of the match, with the aim of taking a penalty kick for his team, to confirm that Kazuyoshi had the confidence that had been placed in him, and successfully took the penalty kick in the opponent’s goal. He gifted his team with the goal of reassurance and winning the match (3-1). Miura celebrated the historic goal in a remarkable way, as he headed to his team’s bench and danced among his colleagues, whether main or reserve, who gave him the same joy and applauded him.
Teve Kazu Dance na JFL ontem! 🕺
Aos 55 anos e 246 dias de vida, Kazuyoshi Miura se tornou o jogador mais velho a marcar na quarta divisão japonesa.
A lenda balançou as redes em cobranca de pênalti, na vitória do seu time diante Tiamo Hirakata por 3 a 1.pic.twitter.com/jRNJoCSSeZ
— Japão日本FC (@japaofcbr) October 31, 2022
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