Thankfully, defender Marc Bartra, who suffered a fractured wrist when a piece of shrapnel lodged itself in his arm, was the only member of the travelling Dortmund staff to be injured in the blasts.
The initial leg was postponed after an assault on Dortmund’s team trainer but Jardim considers the Bundesliga team could have recovered their focus for his or her visit to Monaco.
Dortmund were made to play the rescheduled match just a day later and went on to lose 3-2.
Radamel Falcao was guilty of a glaring miss in the first leg, but he caused Dortmund’s defence problems all night and got the goal his performances over the two legs has deserved.
The German playmaker was out of action for around a month due to a thigh injury and he took just three minutes to score on his comeback in the 3-1 weekend win over Eintracht Frankfurt.
Twice European champion Juventus lacked the spark and power of its thrilling first-leg victory in Turin, but there was rarely any doubt it would exact revenge for its defeat to Barcelona in the 2015 Champions League final by reaching a 12th semi-final.
But as they try to turn the tie around in the Mediterranean principality, he added: “What happened last week has brought us together and made us even stronger”.
With both sides desperate to continue their Champions League campaign it’s set to be a classic encounter.
Meanwhile, Bender messed up Dortmund’s chances in the first-leg with that unfortunate own goal, and the youngster will have to extra careful and diligent in this game. Reus wasted no time in his return, as he scored in the second minute.
Tuchel’s main concern, however, would be Monaco’s high-speed transition attacks.
“Our attitude has not changed, despite the first leg”. Mbappe and those young colleagues have been the sensation of this season’s Champions League.
Tuchel said “it was a very unusual feeling” and that – although he subsequently managed to shut it out – the concentration of the players may have been affected by the incident.
Dortmund midfielder Nuri Sahin hit a post with a free-kick before Falcao headed in a second for Monaco on 17 minutes to all-but end the match as a contest.
And should the Spanish giant pull Monaco in Friday’s semis draw, they will again have plenty to fear.
“This will be a totally new game of football for us to play”, Tuchel said.
Mbappe, who moved tirelessly but intelligently throughout, netted his 16th goal in as many games, and one which was far harder than it looked.