Sweden's Tore Keller (far right) is the oldest player to have scored a FIFA World Cup™ hat-trick, having done so at the age of 33.

The tall striker netted his record-breaking treble at France 1938, helping the Swedes clinch an emphatic 8-0 victory over Cuba at the Stade du Fort Carre in Antibes, in a match that also saw team-mate Gustav Wetterstrom also bag a three.

France proved to be a happy hunting ground for Keller, whose hat-trick heroics came a full 14 years after he had won bronze  as a fresh-faced teenager at the 1924 Paris Olympics.