Published: Fri, April 28, 2017
Sports | By Nelson Rowe

Bomb attack made us stronger - Dortmund boss

Bomb attack made us stronger - Dortmund boss

The game is available to non-subscribers on BT Sport Showcase as Dortmund aim to overcome Monaco's away-goals advantage.

Mbappe netted twice in the first leg and a goal here merely enhanced the burgeoning reputation of a player who has scored 14 goals in his last 13 appearances for the Ligue 1 leaders.

"The police didn't let our team bus leave the hotel without giving the reason for around 20 minutes", Dortmund said on its official Twitter account.

But substitute Valere Germain, just after replacing Mbappe, added the third in the 81st minute to seal a 6-3 victory on aggregate.

"We started well in the second half but did not manage [to score] any other goals".

Dortmund was beaten 3-1 on Wednesday to lose 6-3 on aggregate.

"In the first leg, it was impossible for us to play the game and take it seriously in the way we needed to do". The Spaniard will be a massive miss for Dortmund, who are pretty light at the back owing to injuries.

"Our team is used to playing with a DNA which will not change", Jardim told reporters on Tuesday.

"Tomorrow it will be a qualifying match and we are only halfway through the quarter-final".

Indeed, It only took them three minutes to take the lead, with teen sensation Kylian Mbappe netting from close-range after Roman Burki in the Dortmund goal could only parry Benjamin Mendy's shot.

"I feel valued and supported by everyone in the club, by the players and from the supporters", Falcao said. "It was a very hard situation for the players so we should not criticize them too much".

"Dortmund did not ask for anything, but we will increase the security measures for the squad and the bus", he said.

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"We know our qualities and we know what we have to do".

"We are an attacking side and we'll try to create as many chances as possible".

The visitors suffered a blow after 30 minutes when Erik Durm picked up a knock, although he was replaced by Ousmane Dembele, who scored in the first leg. "We just need to recover well".

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