Iker Casillas has followed Cristiano Ronaldo into the Champions League history books by recording his 100th victory in the competition.
Casillas was beaten twice as Porto ended their Group D campaign away to Galatasaray, Sergio Conceicao’s men running out 3-2 winners in Istanbul.
It means the veteran goalkeeper is only the second player in Champions League history to win 100 games, joining former Real Madrid team-mate Ronaldo in reaching the landmark.
Casillas, who joined Porto in 2015, won the Champions League title three times during a hugely successful spell at Madrid.
100 – Iker Casillas has become the second player in the Champions League history to reach 100 wins, after Cristiano Ronaldo (100). Myth. pic.twitter.com/EFgXvO0n9p
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