Russia v Cameroon, 28 June 1994

Score6-1 to Russia
RefereeAl Sharif
CompetitionFIFA World Cup Finals Group B
VenueStanford Stadium, Palo Alto
Attendance74,914
Kick Off: 16:00 Local (00:00 BST) Oleg Salenko of Russia became the first man ever to score five goals in a single World Cup game as Russia ran out 6–1 winners against their African opponents. Cameroon left a mark too as Roger Milla, at the age of 42, became the oldest World Cup goalscorer of all time as he grabbed his side's consolation goal

6  Russia

Manager: P Sadyrine

1  Cameroon

Manager: Henri Michel

Goals:

Oleg Salenko 16 G
Oleg Salenko 41 G
Oleg Salenko penalty 45 P
Oleg Salenko 73 G
Oleg Salenko 75 G
Dmitri Radchenko 82 G

Goals:

Roger Milla 47 G

Starting lineup:

Goalkeeper Stanisav Cherchesov
Defender Dmitri Khlestov
Defender Youri Nikiforov
Defender Viktor Onopko (captain)
Defender Omari Tetradze
Midfielder Valery Karpin
Midfielder Igor Lediakov
Midfielder Ilia Tsymbalar
Forward Igor Korneyev
Forward Oleg Salenko

Starting lineup:

Goalkeeper Jacques Songo'o
Defender Hans Agbo
Defender Raymond Kalla
Defender Andre Kana-Biyik
Defender Victor N'Dip
Defender Stephen Tataw (captain)
Midfielder Marc-Vivien Foe
Midfielder Thomas Libih
Forward David Embe

Substitutions:

Dmitri Radchenko for Igor Korneyev 65
Vladimir Beschastnykh for Igor Lediakov 78

Substitutions:

Roger Milla for Louis-Paul M'Fede 46
Alphonse Tchami for David Embe 48

Cards:

Valery Karpin 57 Y
Dmitri Khlestov 87 Y
Youri Nikiforov 90 Y

Cards:

Andre Kana-Biyik 12 Y
Jacques Songo'o 44 Y

On the bench:

Goalkeeper Dimitri Kharine
Defender Dmitri Galiamin
Defender Dmitri Kuznetzov
Midfielder Alexandr Mostovoi
Midfielder Andrei Piatnitski
Midfielder Dmitri Popov
Forward Sergei Yuran

On the bench:

Goalkeeper Thomas N'Kono
Defender Samuel Ekeme
Defender Rigobert Song
Midfielder Jean-Pierre Fiala
Midfielder Paul Loga
Midfielder Emmanuel Maboang
Midfielder Emile Mbouh
Midfielder Alphonse Tchami
Forward Roger Milla
Forward Georges Mouyeme