Portuguese football is due to resume at the end of the month as the country's relatively low number of coronavirus infections may allow Primeira Liga to make a swifter return than some of its European neighbours.
Sporting Lisbon won their 17th Portuguese Cup on Saturday after triumphing 5-4 on penalties in a thrilling final taken to spot-kicks thanks to a 121st-minute Porto equaliser that saw the two sides draw 2-2.
Iker Casillas wanted to be with Porto for the Portuguese Cup final and his teammates did not hesitate to pay tribute to him. His team went in front and they lifted a shirt with the goalkeeper's name on it during the celebration.
The Portuguese cup final had a special guest, Iker Casillas. The goalkeeper. who is sidelined after suffering a heart attack, did not want to miss the big occasion and attended as an invited guest. He ate with the team and was spotted in Jamor, where the game between Sporting and Porto will be held.
There was confusion on social media on Sunday, as the ball for the Portuguese Cup final between Desportivo Aves and Sporting Lisbon appeared to levitate prior to kick-off.