Players in Belarus are worried about playing games in the only European top-tier league still in action during the coronavirus pandemic
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A capacity crowd turned out to watch FC Minsk beat derby rivals Dynamo Minsk 3-2 in Belarus' Vysheyshaya Liga, despite the coronavirus pandemic.
Belarus is the only European country playing soccer during the coronavirus crisis, as the president promotes vodka, sport and national pride.
As football around the world shut down amid the coronavirus pandemic, defiant Belarus kicked off its new season on Thursday with fans in the stands.
Defender Matthias Ginter scored one goal and was involved in two more as Germany clinched their place at Euro 2020.
Georginio Wijnaldum's two first half goals handed Netherlands a 2-1 away win over Belarus on Sunday in a Euro 2020 qualifying match.
Germany eased past hosts Belarus 2-0 with goals from Leroy Sane and Marco Reus on Saturday to make it two wins from their first two Euro qualifiers.
Memphis Depay scored two goals and set up two more as the Netherlands eased to a 4-0 victory over Belarus in their opening Euro 2020 qualifier.
As well as looking like Optimus Prime's cousin, Vayar also wields an enormous blade that is decorated with the national ornament of Belarus.
Argentina great Diego Maradona took over as chairman of Belarus club Dynamo Brest on Monday after signing a three-year contract.
Antoine Griezmann scored one and made another as France secured World Cup qualification with a narrow 2-1 victory over Belarus in Paris.
Southeast Asian champions Thailand retained the King's Cup after defeating Belarus 5-4 on penalties in Sunday night's final in Bangkok.
The video assistant referee twice played an important role as Spain beat France 2-0 in a friendly in Paris on Tuesday.
Netherlands are in danger of failing to qualify for a second straight major tournament after losing 2-0 to Bulgaria in a World Cup qualifier.
Ivelin Popov scored the only goal as Bulgaria clinched a 1-0 win against 10-man Belarus in their World Cup qualifier in Sofia.
Ten-man Luxembourg claimed their first point in World Cup European Qualifying Group A as Aurelien Joachim's late free-kick secured them a 1-1 draw.
Quincy Promes scored his first two international goals as Holland overpowered Belarus 4-1 in their World Cup qualifier in Rotterdam.
Netherlands manager Danny Blind believes his side have the ability to cope without Bayern Munich winger Arjen Robben.