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  1. Having got a goal in my first international match was a great achievement.

  2. To have got a goal in my first international match was a great achievement.

  3. Having got a goal in my first international match made me so happy.

  4. To have got a goal in my first international made me so happy.

Are all of these sentences correct? Can I use any types of verb with perfect infinitive and perfect gerund?

  • So your question is: "Which is correct? 'Having got' or 'To have got'? Is that correct? – P. E. Dant Oct 22 '16 at 5:27
  • @P.E. Dant Just consider all of my sentences and tell me, is there any incorrect sentence ? If there is, then tell my why? I think by this, I would get all of my answers. – dz420 Oct 22 '16 at 5:39
  • None of your sentences are incorrect. Any English speaker will understand you clearly. You could also write either "Having made a doughnut..." or "To have made a doughnut..." – P. E. Dant Oct 22 '16 at 5:44

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