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Porto keeper’s on mend after shock heart attack

REAL Madrid’s legendary goalkeeper Iker Casillas, who now plays for Porto, suffered a heart attack on Wednesday morning, while training.
The 37-year old Spaniard was taken to Hospital CUF Porto for treatment, and was said to be in a stable condition.
“Iker suffered an acute, myocardial infarction during a session at the PortoGaia Training Centre, in Olival,” said a Porto spokesperson.
The Madrid born international, who made his Real Madrid debut as a teenager 20 years ago, went on to play 700 games for Los Blancos, winning five La Liga titles.
“Casillas is well, stable and his heart problem is solved,” added the spokesperson.

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