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Borussia Dortmund star responds after fan steals shirt from supporter in wheelchair in shocking footage

Borussia Dortmund star responds after fan steals shirt from supporter in wheelchair in shocking footage

Marius Wolf has responded on social media after a Borussia Dortmund fan was spotted stealing the shirt.

Borussia Dortmund star Marius Wolf has responded after a video of a fan stealing a shirt from a supporter in a wheelchair emerged online.

Dortmund played out a thrilling Champions League semi-final leg against Atletico Madrid on Tuesday night, ultimately prevailing 5-4 on aggregate.

Atleti led 2-1 from the first leg in Spain but Dortmund had turned things around with goals from Julian Brandt and Ian Maatsen at the end of the first half.

They made the worst possible start to the second half though as Mats Hummels put through his own net, before Angel Correa notched to put Los Rojiblancos in the lead.

But just when it was all going wrong for Dortmund, Niclas Fullkrug and Marcel Sabitzer popped up in quick succession to set up a semi-final showdown with Paris Saint-Germain after they knocked off Barcelona.

Yet a big talking point after the game for BVB fans was a video doing the rounds on social media.

Image: Getty
Image: Getty

After the post-match celebrations, goalscorer Brandt came over to the stands to give away his shirt from the game.

He attempted to give the top to a disabled fan but a person nearby appeared to snatch it away.

A man accompanying the fan in the wheelchair realised and then waved his arm in disbelief.

The individual was slammed online, with some fans even calling for them to receive a "lifetime ban".

Brandt himself hasn't responded at the time of writing, but teammate Marius Wolf has made quite the promise.

Replying to the clip, he wrote: "It will be clarified".

Dortmund will now take on PSG again this season after coming up against them in the group stages.

"Extremely happy, extremely satisfied and very, very proud of the team and the club," Manager Edin Terzic said afterwards.

"The atmosphere in the stadium was extraordinarily good. There were again two moments that hurt us and could've tipped the balance, but we never lost our belief and stuck with what makes us strong. If you watch both matches, we deservedly reached the semi-finals. It's a big deal for our club."

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Topics: Borussia Dortmund, Champions League