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ANTIFA, the left wing anti-Nazi group, reportedly claimed responsibility on the internet on Wednesday morning according to Focus online magazine.

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Player Marc Bartra underwent an operation after breaking a bone in his wrist, but no other players were hurt in the blast.She said: "The background [of the attack] is being investigated thoroughly.The investigations are based on a suspicion of [attempted] homicide."A claim of responsibility was found near the crime scene.It said a letter left near the scene of the attack on Tuesday claimed it was in retaliation for German military reconnaissance missions against Islamic State in Syria.Public prosecutor Sandra Lucke confirmed one note claiming responsibility for the incident was found near the site of the explosions.

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But the state prosecutor claimed officials had reason to believe this letter was not authentic.Germany's Sueddeutsche Zeitung newspaper suggested another three letters, which were found near the scene, claimed responsibility for Islamic State.Now we must channel it in some way."There have been a number of previous incidents involving football teams and their buses.In 2010, three died when Angolan rebels attacked the Togo national team bus with machine guns ahead of the African Nations Cup.The authenticity is currently being attested."I can't tell you more about the content because of ongoing investigations.

We are investigating in all directions."The Federal Public Prosecutor said in a statement it had taken over the investigation and would hold a news conference at midday today.

They are also the ‘long-ball’ team of the group, making the fewest percentage of short passes (88 per cent).

Their 1,527 passes so far in the competition is less than half that of Barcelona.

We're all shocked - nobody thought of a football match in this moment."Tuesday's Champions League quarter-final first leg has now been postponed, and has been rescheduled for Wednesday, with a 5.45pm kick off.

Chief executive Hans-Joachim Watzke said: "In such a crisis situation, all of Borussia will pull together."The team and coaches were shocked.

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