BORUSSIA DORTMUND bomb blast victim Marc Bartra has returned to the squad for the Bundelisga clash against Augsburg on Saturday.
The defender, 26, was hospitalised after three blasts next to the team coach before the Champions League quarter-final against Monaco last month.
The three devices were “planted in a roadside hedge” before a fourth was found near the team hotel.
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Earlier this month, Bartra miraculously returned to training, less than a month after sustaining the injuries.
The Spanish defender – formerly of La Liga giants Barcelona – had to have surgery on his hand and wrist, but still returned in a matter of weeks.
Bartra took to Twitter to share a video of him and a friend taking on an exercise at Dortmund's advanced training complex.
Alongside the video he wrote: "Nice training today with my best friend. I'm enjoyed a lot!"
The ex-Barca man was expected to be out for the rest of the season but has now sensationally returned for their crucial run in.
Bartra has been named on the bench for the Bundesliga game at home to Augsburg on Saturday May 13.
Earlier this week, Bartra was pictured in training and took to Instagram to say: “I’ve been looking forward to this moment for weeks! So happy to be here today.
“Can’t wait to compete again next to my team mates! C’mon!!”