Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang's Ridiculous Backheel Halves Dortmund’s Deficit

Thomas Tuchel sent on Christian Pulisic and Nuri Sahin to start the second half with Borussia Dortmund trailing Monaco 2-0, and the match has immediately turned in favor of the German club.

Dortmund have now halved the deficit after a ridiculously acrobatic backheel flick from Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang found Shinji Kagawa behind the defense. He squared it to Ousmane Dembele and the youngster tapped it in.

Suspect Held In Suspected Terrorist Attack On Borussia Dortmund Team Bus

Frauke Koehle, a spokeswoman for Germany’s federal state prosecutor in Karlsruhe, has confirmed that the three explosives that were detonated outside the Borussia Dortmund team bus were pipe bombs capable of traveling more than 330 feet. One of the three explosive devices contained metal strips, according to prosecutors, including one pin that pierced a headrest of a bus seat.

Paulo Dybala Gives Juventus A Sensational 2-Goal Advantage vs. Barca

With unfortunate events transpiring in Germany and the Borussia Dortmund vs. AS Monaco match being postponed until tomorrow, all eyes are on Barcelona and Juventus.

Paulo Dybala didn't give viewers or Barcelona time to get settled into the match by opening the scoring in the seventh minute. The Argentine received a pass from South American brethren Juan Cuadrado after the Colombian froze Jérémy Mathieu with some fancy footwork. Dybala's snap shot gave the goalkeeper no chance.

Breaking: One Injured In Explosion Near Borussia Dortmund Team Bus

Police and Borussia Dortmund officials confirmed that an incident occured near the team's bus Tuesday. One person was injured. 

A police spokesman told the Associated Press that three explosions hit the Dortmund bus.

Borussia Dortmund were scheduled to play Monaco in a Champions League quarterfinal later today, but the match has been postponed until 12:45 p.m. EST Wednesday.

Neymar 3-Match Ban Made Official, Barcelona Star Will Miss El Clasico

Barcelona's slim chances of winning La Liga took another hit Tuesday when it was announced Neymar's rumored ban for sarcastically clapping at an official after he'd been sent off against Malaga had been made official.

The Brazilian attacker will miss three matches: April 15 against Real Sociedad, April 23 against Real Madrid and April 26 against Osasuna. Barcelona were already in dire need of a win against Real Madrid in El Clasico to keep their La Liga hopes alive, and missing 1/3 of their attacking buzzsaw will make their task that much more difficult.