Plane carrying German players makes an emergency landing

The German national team is fine following an emergency landing in Edinburgh on their way back from Iceland. 

Following Germany's 4-0 win over Iceland, the KlasJet flight left Reykjavik at 2 a.m. on its way to Frankfurt, but got into trouble three miles west of Arbroath. 

Between Dundee and Arbroath, the plane had to make an abrupt turn before landing at 4 a.m. in the Scottish capital, which took 20 minutes.

"First and foremost, safety," the team tweeted in German. As a precaution, make a safe stopover in Edinburgh. Individual onward and return journeys are planned from there."

The team was fine, according to a second post. The plane on which the German players had been flying did not take off again.

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