There was a poignant moment when Marc Bartra wheeled away to celebrate his maiden Bundesliga goal in Borussia Dortmund's 3-0 win at Wolfsburg on Matchday 1.

Kissing his black armband and looking to the heavens, the Spain international dedicated his sensational curling strike to the victims of Thursday's terror attack in Barcelona.

Watch: check out Bartra's maiden Bundesliga goal in the video below

The gesture carried even greater meaning considering Bartra was born and raised in Catalonia, came through Barcelona's La Masia academy and was himself a casualty of a terrifying bomb attack on the Dortmund team bus on 11 April 2017.

A day before the game, the 26-year-old paid his respects via social media to those affected by Thursday's terror atrocity: "Where I was born, where I grew up and where I have the people I love. All my support to families. I love Barcelona."

Watch: Bartra: "For people of Catalonia"

Bartra, a five-time Spanish champion, was making his 20th appearance in the Bundesliga after joining the club from Barcelona last summer.

Christian Pulisic and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang were also on target at the Volkswagen Arena.

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