Watch incredible moment Borussia Dortmund fans throw confetti in perfect unison to spell BVB
Sept. 18, 2019
WATCH the incredible moment Borussia Dortmund fans launched confetti into the air in perfect unison to spell out the club's letters, BVB.
Ahead of their monster Champions League clash with Barcelona, the famous Yellow Wall pulled off an incredible display of artistry.
The sea of black and yellow was suddenly transformed into the letters "BVB" as Dortmund 's die-hard fans launched confetti in a bid to inspire their heroes.
However, it wasn't to be for the German giants on Tuesday night as they staggered to a draw against the La Liga champions.
While a point won't be considered too bad, they missed a glorious chance to seal three points in their Group F curtain-raiser.
Marco Reus fluffed his lines from the spot as Marc-Andre ter Stegen saved the day for Barcelona - who started 16-year-old Ansu Fati in Germany.
In the same group, Romelu Lukaku’s Inter Milan scored a last-gasp equaliser to earn a 1-1 draw at home to Slavia Prague.
Meanwhile, Dortmund may be braced for an approach from Manchester United for star winger Jadon Sancho .
The England forward, 19, is Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's top target next summer - along with Leicester playmaker James Maddison.
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Old Trafford chiefs already splurged on British stars Harry Maguire, Aaron Wan-Bissaka and Daniel James this summer.
And Solskjaer is now plotting another big raid as he bids to bring back the glory days to the red half of Manchester.
Dortmund recently revealed they had been approached by United - but claimed they will not Sancho for any price.
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