Dortmund coach says Marc Bartra could return in 4 weeks

Borussia Dortmund feel they weren't consulted after playing so soon after their bus was attacked

While Tuchel described it as "a feeling of helplessness", Dortmund midfielder Nuri Sahin was nearly lost for words when interviewed after the game by Danish TV network Viasat Sport. He told ESPN FC that he is happy to be alive but he felt like an "animal" for going through what they went through.

German police have arrested a couple of suspects regarding the attack on the Borussia Dortmund team bus.

"We were informed by text message that UEFA was making this decision", Tuchel told reporters.

"Basically, we had the feeling that we were being treated as if a beer can had hit our bus, and half an hour later the decision was there that (it would be) tomorrow at 6.45pm", Tuchel said. Time will help. We do not want to bring every match from here on into the context of what happened on Tuesday.

"Until I was on the pitch in the second half, I didn't think about football, to be honest".

"At that time, we did not know the reasons for this attack. But we are human beings, and there is so much more than football in this world and last night we felt it".


Frankfurt were quick to extend their best wishes to the Spaniard, but solidarity aside, Niko Kovac's men need the points on Saturday having dropped to ninth following a run of nine games without a win.

Spanish global defender Marc Bartra underwent emergency surgery for a broken wrist and to remove glass that became planted in his arm after the blasts shattered windows on the team bus. "The game is over and it's done, it was a football game". "I will never forget these faces in my life for sure".

Do you think Dortmund should have been allowed more time after the terror attacks? It makes us incredibly sad but also incredibly fortunate to be standing here today, especially when you hear the details that are coming out (from the investigation). We all experienced the attack in a different way. "We're just incredibly lucky no one else besides Marc was seriously injured".

A lot of players did not sleep. "We weren't asked about playing the game". The injuries he suffered were not especially serious, however the surgery and trauma from such a frightful incident raised questions about how long he would be out.

UEFA claims that they were in touch with both teams on Tuesday and Wednesday and that neither side presented any information which suggested that the game should be called off. "But Mbappe broke clear to score a third away goal".

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