PSG women's player Formiga, 42, extends contract for 27th season

Formiga will extend her professional career into a 27th season after signing a one-year contract extension with Paris Saint-Germain's women's side.

The Brazil international is the French side's vice-captain and is now tied to the club until the summer of 2021.

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Formiga -- full name Miraildes Maciel Mota -- is 42 and has been in Paris since January of 2017 when she joined from Sao Jose.

She scored four goals en route to winning the 2018 Coupe de France and has made 77 PSG appearances. She set the record for the oldest female scorer in European competition at 41 years and 193 days when she found the net in a 7-0 rout of Sporting Braga in the Champions League round-of-16 first leg in Septembr 2019.

In 2015, Formiga became the oldest scorer at a women's World Cup when she netted at the age of 37 years, three months and six days.

She broke another record in France last summer when she played in her seventh World Cup -- 24 years after the first of her 195 caps, in which she has scored 29 goals.

Formiga was also a Copa America winner with Brazil in 2018 and has made six Olympic appearances with the aim of retiring from the professional game after the rearranged 2021 Tokyo Olympics.

PSG were second to Lyon in the table, three points behind and due to host the leaders next, when football was brought to a global standstill by the coronavirus.

Although the French Football Federation have since announced that the 2019-20 season has been brought to premature end, Lyon have not yet been officially crowned champions for a record 14th time.