'You'll never walk alone' - The football world supports Dortmund & Bartra after explosion

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The former Barcelona man was hurt in a horrific attack, and the Catalans were among those to express their solidarity on Tuesday

Football was rocked on Tuesday by three explosions close to Borussia Dortmund's team bus ahead of their match against Monaco, with Marc Bartra taken to hospital as a result of injuries suffered in the incident. 

Dortmund-Monaco called off after bomb

The horrific events caused the Champions League game to be pushed back to Wednesday, and also prompted a massive swell of support from across the sporting world. 

From Warsaw to Manchester, teams and players the length and breadth of Europe showed their solidarity with Bartra and BVB. 

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