The COVID-19 pandemic is wreaking havoc on the world, but people in Belarus continue to behave as if nothing happened. Moreover, hundreds of people still attend football matches.
Slavia Mozir drew at home with Ruh Brest, score 0-0, on Monday, in the last match of the fourth stage of the Belarusian football championship, and missed the chance to move to the first position of the standings, informs EFE.
Slavia Mozîr, who came after two consecutive victories, failed to defeat goalkeeper Aleksandr Neceaev, who had a very good performance. The hosts did not take advantage of the elimination of Senegalese Abdoulaye Diallo, who left Ruh Brest in ten men in the 62nd minute.
715 people were present at the Slavia Mozir – Ruh Brest match
In Belarus, 3,281 cases of COVID-19 have been confirmed so far, of which 362 in the last 24 hours. 33 people lost their lives in Belarus because of the new virus, and 203 people were cured.
Moldovan Gheorghe Andronic, who was legitimized at Astra Giurgiu from last summer until the end of March, played the guests until the 78th minute.
The result leaves Slavia with 7 points, 5th place, two points behind Energhetik-BGU Minsk and Torpedo Jodino, the first two ranked. Ruh has a draw and two defeats in the last three games and, with four points, he is one point above the relegation zone.
The Belarus Championship is the only one held in Europe during the coronavirus pandemic.