Iker Casillas left in tears at Soares tribute
he Brazilian Porto player dedicated his opening goal in the Portugues cup final to the Spanish goalkeeper who recently suffered a heart attack.
Iker Casillas was unable to contain his emotion during the final of the Portuguese Cup between Porto and Sporting Lisbon, when team-mate Tiquinho Soares dedicated the opening goal of the match to him.
Casillas in tears at Portuguese Cup Final
The former Real Madrid goalkeeper, who suffered a heart attack on 1 May, was in the crowd for the match and was left in tears when Soares went to the bench after scoring in the 41st minute to get Casillas' shirt which he held up to the crowd before it was passed among the players in tribute to the goalie.
Casillas, who turned 38 this week, is unable to play football at the moment due to the heart attack and his future as a professional footballer is still up in the air, though he recently said he would let everybody know when he took the decision to retire.