Yes, there was an explosion targeting the team bus of German club Borussia Dortmund the other day, just before their game with AC Monaco in Dortmund for the Champions League quarter-final. One player (Spaniard Marc Bartra) sustained medium injuries.
There were various versions for the incident, one was an Islamist terrorist act (similarly, some matches were reportedly targeted at the Euro'16 in France); the other is that a left-wing faction of the Dortmund fans did this in revenge for the club's "soft" stance on racism and expressions of neo-Nazism by some Dortmund fans.
But whatever the case, the fans of both rivals in this Champions League encounter have amazed everybody with the absolutely outstanding way they reacted. It all started at the stands, where the stadium authorities announced that the game was going to be postponed for the following day due to the attack on the bus. The visiting French fans started chanting "Dortmund! Dortmund!" in support of their hosts.
Then it all got even better
. Because the game was postponed for the next day, thousands of French fans would remain stranded in Germany without a place to stay. And the Dortmund fans responded in style. They initiated a #bedsforawayfans hashtag and opened their homes to the visiting fans. So, hundreds of strangers from another country who were supposed to be cheering a team that was going to try to defeat the local team, ended up being sheltered by the fans of their local rival.
Lots of friendships were created in the process. Tons of selfies were published on the social networks, showing fans of both sides having fun together.
The fact that Monaco beat Dortmund 3-2 on the next day, doesn't matter even one bit at this point. What matters is that the French and German people showed what football is really about: bringing people together. Terrorism cannot win.