Dortmund's Spanish defender Marc Bartra holds the net after victory during the German Cup (DFB Pokal) final football match Eintracht Frankfurt v BVB Borussia Dortmund at the Olympic stadium in Berlin on May 27, 2017. / AFP / Tobias SCHWARZ /
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Marc Bartra has opened up for the first time about the April 11 bomb attack which blasted the Borussia Dortmund team bus and left the defender with a fractured wrist.The 26-year-old defender and a policeman, who was stunned by the blast, were the casualties when three bombs rocked the Dortmund bus on the way to a Champions League home quarter-final last month.The first-leg tie was postponed and replayed less than 24 hours after the blasts as the stunned Dortmund team lost 3-2 with Bartra recovering in hospital after surgery on a fractured wrist.Bartra admits wondering if his career was over, but was back playing a month later and was in the Dortmund team which won Saturday's German Cup final by beating Eintracht Frankfurt 2-1 in Berlin.
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