Speaking at a prematch news conference before he was confirmed as a starter, El-Hadary said: "Obviously every player wants to set a record".
Saudi Arabia's Salem Aldawsari flips to celebrate scoring his side's winning goal with the final kick of the game against Egypt.
Salem Aldawsari scored the victor for the Saudis with nearly the last kick of the match, volleying past El Hadary from a tight angle inside the Egypt penalty area.
The result meant Saudi Arabia finished third in Group A as they scored their only goals of the tournament and vastly improved on a 5-0 thrashing by hosts Russian Federation in their opening game.
Football star Mo Salah scored first within the first 25 minutes, marking Egypt's fourth ever goal at the World Cup.
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Saudi Arabia were awarded a second penalty on the stroke of half-time, although there was a change in the penalty-taking duties as Salman Al Faraj took responsibility and scored.
El Hadaray did not finish victorious, however, as Salman Alfaraj - with another penalty - levelled Mohamed Salah's opener and Salem Aldawsari struck an injury-time victor.
Almuwallad had earlier missed a chance to equalize when El Hadary saved his penalty. A minute later, he parried away a goal-bound header from Muhannad Asiri.
He didn't get on the scoresheet as Egypt were beaten 2-1 by Saudi Arabia but he did save a penalty in the first half with his country 1-0 up.
El Hadary started the Group A game at the Volgograd Arena at the age of 45 years and 161 days.
Edinson Cavani rounded off a third successive victory for the South Americans, who finish the first phase with a 100% record and are yet to concede a goal.