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Dortmund defender Marc Bartra, was hospitalised after being injured by the explosions. A letter claiming responsibility was found near the site of the blasts, prosecutor Sandra Luecke told a late evening news conference. "We left it open to every player if he wants to play", he added. The explosives shattered the bus windows and the vehicle was burned on one side.
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    Federal prosecutors took over the case on the basis that a "terrorist background" is likely, but "the exact motive for the attack is still unclear", Koehler said. "How is the team doing?" In a statement on their official website , Monaco expressed "all our support" for Dortmund, while captain Radamel Falcao wished Bartra, who was taken to hospital with a broken wrist, "a speedy recovery" on Twitter .
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    Spain worldwide Marc Bartra underwent surgery for a broken bone in his hand after being injured by shattered glass from the coach's windows. Koehler confirmed police found a letter near the scene of the explosion claiming responsibility for the attack, and said experts were still examining its authenticity.
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    The "authenticity is being verified", she added. One mentioned the Berlin Christmas market attack carried out by an IS-inspired terrorist in 2016, according to the Sueddeutsche Zeitung newspaper. "After the bang, we all ducked in the bus and those who could threw themselves to the ground". Dortmund's fellow Bundesliga clubs continued to express their solidarity, with Augsburg tweeting: " Colours divide us, but in the face of adversity we stand as one.
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