Borussia Dortmund injured player Marc Bartra has expressed gratitude toward fans for messages of supports taking after successful surgery on a broken wrist.
The 26-year-old was harmed in the bomb impact that damaged the Dortmund team transit bus as it advanced from the team hotel to Signal Iduna Park on Tuesday.
The club affirmed on Wednesday that Bartra’s operation had been finished without inconveniences and the fSpanish international posted update via his official Instagram account.
Close by a photo of him all smiling with his arm in a cast and swathing to his left wrist, he expressed: “Hi everyone! As you can see I am doing much better.
“Thank you, everybody, for all your support and your messages! All my strength to my teammates, supporters and fans and to BVB for tonight’s match!”
Dortmund’s Champions League quarter-last first leg with Monaco was delayed until Wednesday taking after the episode, However, it was
However, Dortmund was hit another devastating blow as French visitors humbled them to a 3-2 win, in a match that goes without another episode until police discovered two unattended bags in the south-east section of the stadium and a cell phone outside, which prompted the north stand being kept down.
Around 20 minutes in the wake of announcing that they had found the objects, police affirmed that they had been “confirmed” and fans could leave the stadium from all ways out.
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