Casillas came out after the break to the lawn of Anfield and the stadium gave him a unanimous ovation. He did it last year when Liverpool eliminated Porto in the round of 16. This time, in the quarterfinals, Klopp's side went 2-0 in favor of the second leg.
"Whenever I have come they have treated me with a lot of respect and education", assured Casillas, he was happy for the game and angry about the result. "We can not think that the tie is lost, today we have been beaten, we have seven days to prepare it and we will try to do things better than today", said Casillas after the match
"We have to be brave and be strong on set pieces, we have to turn around the result and know that we will not have many chances," continued the goalkeeper who Anfield gave him the best ovation of the game.