Croatian football coach dedicates point to Istanbul bomb victims

Croatian football coach Slaven Bilic has dedicated West Ham's point from their draw at Liverpool to the victims of the bomb attacks outside of his former club's stadium.

"Me and my staff were there for two years. I feel for them and I pray for them. It is unbelievable what has happened there," the Daily Mail cited him as saying.

Terrorists killed 38 people and injured another 166 more in two bombings outside of Besiktas' Vodafone Arena in Istanbul.

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