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  • weilucyweiweiwei wei Dortmund's police chief says "everything humanly possible" will be done to ensure Borussia Dortmund's  Nuggets Jersey  Champions League fixture against Monaco takes place safely this evening  after a bomb attack damaged the German side's team bus and left defender Marc Bartra requiring surgery on a broken bone in his wrist.Three explosions occurred as the Dortmund squad were travelling to the Signal Iduna Park stadium for Tuesday's quarter-final first leg and the game was subsequently postponed.The local police force - Polizei Nordrhein-Westfalen Dortmund - held a joint late-night press conference along with the football club and the Dortmund public prosecutor.Police chief Gregor Lange said, in quotes reported by Bild: "This evening at 19:15 there were three explosions in the surroundings of the BVB hotel."We  must start from (the position this was) a targeted attack on BVB's team."Dortmund police also revealed a letter had been found, claiming responsibility for the incidents."The prosecutor's office confirms the discovery of a letter near the scene of the crime. The authenticity is currently being tested," the police force posted on Twitter.The match will now take place at 5.45pm (Irish time), with increased security measures in place."The stadium and the surrounding area remain the focal point for police," added Lange."We're preparing a major police presence for tomorrow and will do everything humanly possible to ensure the match can take place safely."The police earlier said in a statement that the explosives "may have been hidden  Allen Iverson Jersey  in a hedge near a parking lot".Monaco fans left facing an extra night in Germany were offered accommodation by Dortmund fans via the hashtag #bedforawayfans on social media, while the club said on Twitter that all their supporters staying in Dortmund on Tuesday night would be reimbursed up to €80 by the club.The French club added in a statement: "Faced with this difficult situation, AS Monaco wishes to express its full support to the Borussia Dortmund team and all the components of the club."Goalkeeper Roman Burki was sitting at the back of the team bus alongside Bartra, and told Swiss newspaper website how events unfolded.Burki said: "We left the hotel at 7:15pm and went down the street. The bus turned down the main street, and there was a giant explosion."I was sitting in the back row next to Marc Bartra, who was hit by fragments of the broken glass."After the bang, we all ducked in the bus and those who could threw themselves to the ground. We did not know had happened."The police were quick on the scene, and we were safe."We're all shocked - nobody thought of a football match in this moment."Borussia Dortmund's team bus was rocked by three explosions that caused defender Marc Bartra to need hospital treatment and forced the postponement of their Champions League game against Monaco.Later in the night, police revealed they were checking the authenticity of a letter found near the scene claiming responsibility for the attack.Three explosive devices were detonated near their bus before  Authentic Kirk Hinrich Youth Jersey  the first leg of the quarter-final tie, which was rescheduled for 5.45pm (Irish time) on Wednesday.The incident was believed to have happened at around 6pm as the team were making their way to Signal Iduna Park.A statement on the club's Twitter account said: "Bomb explosion on the team bus at the team hotel. Players are safe."In an initial announcement, Dortmund had said: "At the departure of our bus, an incident occurred. One person was injured."The injured individual was confirmed to be Dortmund's Spanish defender Bartra, who was taken to hospital to have his right wrist treated. His club tweeted: "Dortmund confirmed In the explosion @MarcBartra was injured and is currently in the hospital. Good and fast recovery, Marc! #bvbasm"Dortmund and European governing body UEFA said shortly after 7.30pm that the match had been called off, and would instead kick off at 5.45pm on Wednesday.BVB said in a statement: "The first leg of the UEFA Champions League quarter-final between Borussia Dortmund and AS Monaco, which was scheduled to kick off at Signal Iduna Park at 20:45 CET tonight, has been cancelled and postponed until tomorrow."This was due to an incident involving the BVB team bus as it left the team hotel for the stadium. The police announced, 'There was an explosion in the Dortmund-Hochsten area'."UEFA added: "This decision was made after a meeting held at the Westfalenstadion between UEFA, representatives of the two clubs and local authorities."The   local police force - Polizei Nordrhein-Westfalen Dortmund - then stated on Twitter: "We can confirm that there have been three explosions in the area of the @BVB team bus."
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