Dortmund vs Monaco to Fight Terrorism in Football

Dortmund vs Monaco terrorist attack

Last night’s Champions League derby got cancelled because of a horrible attack on Borussia Dortmund ahead of their match against AS Monaco!

Shocking news went all over the world shortly before the Dortmund vs Monaco Champions League Quarter-Final: terrorists attacked the bus of the German team, a bomb exploded right next to it. So far it is still unknown if it was done by the ISIS but online betting news in Germany believe it was done by Islamist extremists, based on a note that the police has found.

After this, the match was obviously postponed and will be played today at 6.45 (CET) instead of last night. There is only one injury due to the incident, Dortmund player Marc Bartra had his wrist broken. He had to be operated immediately and hence will miss the game, even though he was going to start. Monaco are getting an advantage that they didn’t want to get…

Fighting terrorism in football with solidarity

Terrorism in football has never really been a thing up until now in Europe. The most feared tournament was the Euro 2016 but it went on without anything dangerous. Now the terrorists attacked a Champions League which made many worry about the security of the game. But if we let terrorism make us scared, then we let them win.

As the game got postponed due to terrorism in football, Monaco fans were about to be left without an accommodation as well as they had their flights back to Monaco. That’s where Dortmund fans showed their class launching the #bedforawayfans on Twitter, and accommodating Monaco fans to be able to support their teams. Because this game is about so much more from now on then just winning a game.

Discover the best young talents at tonight’s game!

To find the best Champions League betting odds for Dortmund vs Monaco, you should check out the offers at online sportsbooks in Germany. The Dortmund v Monaco 2017 match will be worth watching: not only it is a battle between two terrific teams, but they are also full of talented young football players. You might end up discovering the Future Messi or the Next Cristiano Ronaldo tonight!

Player to watch: Kylian Mbappé

Let’s take Kylian Mbappé for example. The French striker is still only 18 years old, yet he is one of the most wanted football youngsters already. He is expected to leave AS Monaco this summer and his price is valued at around €100 million. Real Madrid and Manchester United are his main targets according to betting news.

And he can shine tonight as well. The odds for Mbappé to score the first goal at Dortmund vs Monaco are 9.00 (8/1) at BetVictor. However, Dortmund forwards Marco Reus and Pierre Aubameyang are much more likely to score first: their respective odds for this are 6.00 (5/1) and 4.00 (3/1) at Betfair.

Bet on Dortmund vs Monanco!

However, if you would rather bet on Dortmund vs Monaco instead of solely on single players, we would recommend you to take advantage of the Both Teams To Score market. The odd are 1.50 (1/2) at Bet365. For at least 4 goals to be scored, the odds are 1.95 (19/20) at online sportsbooks such as Betway. You might want to bet on that as both teams favour attacking games!

In addition, it might also be interesting to consider placing a bet on Monaco to beat Dortmund at Signal Iduna Park. It is kind of unfair from UEFA’s part to expect Dortmund players to play such an important game so shortly after the shocking happenings. The odds for Monaco to win are 5.65 (93/20) at Unibet. It seems like an unfair gift…

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