Casillas: "If this was my last Champions League game, it's not a bad way to go out"
Iker Casillas kept a clean sheet on what could turn out to be his final Champions League appearance: "Who knows what the future holds" he said after the game.
Iker Casillas kept a clean sheet on what could turn out to be his final Champions League appearance - his 171st in the competition, a figure which no other player has reached. The 36-year-old keeper says he doesn't know whether where he will be next season, but told Onda Cero' s El Transistor programme that if he isn't at a club involved in European competition, this was a perfect way to end it all.
The Kop shows respect for Casillas with ovation
And in time-honoured fashion, the Kop showed their respect for Iker by giving the Spanish keeper an ovation as he took up his position for the start of the second half. Casillas acknowledged the gesture by applauding back at kopites - a rare sight at Anfield - one which usually is reserved for the game's greatest legends.
Casillas keeps Liverpool out
Last Champions League game: "If this was my Champions League farewell, it hasn't been a bad night at all - at this fantastic stadium, keeping a clean sheet... but no one knows what the future holds".
Future plans: "My objective is to win the league with Porto because this group of players deserves to lift the trophy. We'll see what happens at the end of the season".
Good luck to Real Madrid
Real Madrid through to the quarter finals after beating PSG: "Congratulations to Real Madrid, let's hope they go as far as possible, and get to the final in Kiev".
Looking back over your career: "If I look back, I can feel proud of the things I've won in the game, of everything I have achieved. I would like to say 'Thank You' to the fans. It's been many years in the Champions League and it's great to come to a stadium like this and be given such a warm reception".