Dortmund bomb attack victim Marc Bartra highlights the hardest minutes in his life

Marc Bartra has said a lot regarding the recent bomb attack on the Borussia Dortmund teambus. The sportsman described it as the toughest fifteen minutes in his life.

On Tuesday evening up to three explosions broke windows of the teambus a moment before the Bundesliga side were expected to withstand Monaco in the first-leg of the Champions League quarter final. As a matter of fact, the play was delayed.

The 26-year-old Spanish sportsman is currently in hospital reviving from surgery on his broken wrist, injured in the attack. Unfortunately, he has been sidelined for some time, four weeks, to be exact.

The Spaniard has opted for Instagram to depict the experience after his family visited him. Marc tells that the family means everything for him, and that’s the very reason why Marc Bartra keeps overcoming obstacles on his way. Marc wouldn’t want anybody to face what happened to him recently.

Marc said that the shock is gradually edging down, and he’s very grateful to all the medical staff and anybody else who assisted him to revive.