Kylian Mbappe put Monaco in control with a Champions League double
Dortmund hosted Monaco in the Champions League quarter-final first leg 24 hours on from last night’s bus explosions caused the game to be delayed.
Dortmund fans and players paid tribute to Marc Bartra who was injured in the bus yesterday.
The Spain defender posted a message on Instagram saying his surgery had gone well and thanking supporters for their supports.
But things didn’t go to plan for Monaco on the pitch.
Fabinho missed the first spot kick of his career earlier on after Sokratis Papastathopoulos bundled Mbappe to the floor.
But the teen sensation made up for his teammate’s miss with the opener after 19 minutes.
Sven Bender then scored an own goal by heading through his own net.
Mbappe looked to have wrapped the tie up by adding his second of the night but Shinji Kagawa scored late on to make it 3-2 on the night.