The European Championship qualifying match between Belgium and Sweden was stopped after the first half after a shootout in the center of Brussels.

The European Championship qualifying match between Belgium and Sweden was stopped after the first half after a shootout in the center of Brussels.

Qualifying match for the 2024 European Football Championship between national teams Belgium And Sweden was stopped after the first half and will not continue, according to the Swedish Football Association website.

The match took place on Monday in Brussels. Earlier it became known that two people were killed following a shooting in the Belgian capital. According to preliminary data, the victims wore T-shirts of the Swedish national team. According to Belgian media, the Swedish national team players refused to play in the second half.

— Message for Swedish fans on site in Brussels. For security reasons, Belgian police want Swedish fans to stay in the arena. Please pay attention to information from officials, law enforcement and Swedish Football Association staff on the field,” the message said.

In the video broadcast of the match on the MATCH PREMIER channel, it was clear that supporters of both teams were not allowed to leave the stadium. The national team players remain in the locker room.

The match score after the first half was tied at 1:1.

Source : MatchTV

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