Iker Casillas stable after heart-attack, says FC Porto

FC Porto goalkeeper Iker Casillas, 37, has suffered a suspected heart-attack during training.

Iker Casillas in action for Porto   -  Getty Images

FC Porto goalkeeper Iker Casillas, 37, suffered a suspected heart-attack during training on Wednesday.

The club released a statement saying that “the session was interrupted to provide assistance. It went on that Casillas was in a Porto hospital “well, stable and his heart problem solved.”

The former Real Madrid player is the most capped player in UEFA Champions League history with 177 appearances. Casillas also captained Spain to the 2010 World Cup title and holds the record for most appearances at 167.

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