the Attacker Claudio Pizarro accomplished quite a feat Saturday, as Werder Bremen-player set two records in the Bundesliga.
Six minutes into the injury time of the league game between Hertha Berlin and Werder Bremen got Werder awarded a free kick.
the 40-year-old Pizarro, who was substituted after an hour, went to the ball and hammered it into the goal on the direct free kick with a flat end.
Thus equalized Pizarro to the final result 1-1, after Davie Selke had brought the home side ahead in the first half - and by the same token, he was Bundesligaens oldest goalscorer ever and the only player who has scored in 21 different calendar year, in the best German league.
Claudio Pizarro becomes the first player two score a goal in the #Bundesliga in 21 different calendar years. He previously shared the record of 20 different years with Klaus Fischer #BCSSVW #records— Gracenote Live (@GracenoteLive) February 16, 2019
Claudio Pizarro is 40 years and 136 days, and he is already the foreigner, who has scored the most goals in the best German variety.
the Attacker from Peru has the net 195 times in his career in the Bundesliga, according to AFP.
- I am very happy. It was a point that helps us, and I am very proud to have scored. I tried to find space under the wall, I knew they would jump in the wall, says Pizarro, according to AFP.
The previous record belonged also a Werder Bremen player, as Mirko Votava in 1996 scored for the club when he was 40 years and 121 days.
Claudio Pizarro has played for Werder Bremen in the several periods earlier in his career, where he also had many seasons in the Bayern Munich in two rounds.
He has also played for the English Chelsea and several other clubs.
Hertha Berlin and Werder Bremen are respectively number nine and ten in the league.
the City has 32 points and a single more than the Werder.