Borussia Dortmund’s match against AS Monaco was postponed on Tuesday after three explosions went off near the club’s team bus in the lead up to their UEFA Champions League clash.
The German side will be monitoring the status of one of its players though after defender Marc Bartra suffered an injury as a result of the attack.
The club announced Tuesday afternoon following the incident that Bartra had suffered an injury and that he was taken to the hospital as a precautionary measure.
UPDATE: Bartra underwent surgery Tuesday evening to repair his fractured wrist and remove debris from his arm after the explosions.
It was later reported by Eurosport that the 26-year-old’s injury was to his hand and that he is “Ok but in shock” following the events that led to Dortmund’s match being postponed.Follow @MattReedFutbol