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  • Belarus suffered its 4th consecutive defeat
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  • Gareth Bale scored his 2nd and Wales's 16th international hat-trick

Belarus vs Wales 2022 World Cup qualification match report

Date, kick-off time:
Sunday, 5 September 2021, 16:00 (UTC+03:00)
National teams, score:
Belarus
2-3
Wales
Referee:
Giorgi Kruashvili, Tbilisi /
Georgia
Attendance, venue:
0, Central Stadium, Kazan
Goals:
0-1 (6') Gareth Bale (pen.), 1-1 (29') Vital Lisakovich (pen.), 2-1 (31') Pavel Syadzko, 2-2 (69') Gareth Bale (pen.), 2-3 (90+3') Gareth Bale
Belarus national football team line-up in match Nr.253
Managed by caretaker coach Heorhiy Kandratsyew
Player
Caps
Age
Club
21
33
FC Shakhtsyor, Salihorsk
11
35
FC Shakhtsyor, Salihorsk
Raman Begunow   78' 
3
28
FC Shakhtsyor, Salihorsk
78' Hleb Shawchenka  
3
22
FC Shakhtsyor, Salihorsk
2
28
FC Shakhtsyor, Salihorsk
11
26
FC Kolos, Kovalivka
6
23
FC Dynama, Minsk
12
28
FC Dynama, Minsk
Pavel Syadzko   73' 
3
23
FC Dynama Brest, Brest
73' Raman Yuzapchuk  
12
24
Rukh Brest FC, Brest
Max Ebong   73' 
14
22
Astana FC, Nur-Sultan
9
22
FC Shakhtsyor, Salihorsk
14
25
FC Dynama, Minsk
16
23
FC Lokomotiv, Moscow
90' Maksim Skavysh  
30
31
FC Shakhtsyor, Salihorsk
Wales national football team line-up in match Nr.680
Managed by caretaker Rob Page
Player
Caps
Age
Club
19
28
Leicester City FC, Leicester
Chris Gunter   28'
103
32
Charlton Athletic FC, London
66
28
Tottenham Hotspur FC, London
11
29
FC St Pauli, Hamburg
22
23
AFC Bournemouth, Bournemouth
64
31
Stoke City FC, Stoke-on-Trent
20
24
Portsmouth FC, Portsmouth
4
20
Nottingham Forest FC, West Bridgford
30
27
Swindon Town FC, Swindon
Rubin Colwill   57' 
3
19
Cardiff City FC, Cardiff
57' Mark Harris  
1
22
Cardiff City FC, Cardiff
98
32
Real Madrid CF, Madrid
25
23
Leeds United FC, Leeds
Comments

Thomas Gladkyh - posted on 31 July 2021 at 12:34:28

Announced venue:
Центральный стадион, Казань (link: )

db - posted on 23 August 2021 at 14:16:41

Belarus announced squad:

Вратари: Сергей Черник ('Шахтер', Солигорск), Егор Хаткевич ('Динамо-Минск') Павел Павлюченко ('Рух', Брест).

Защитники: Роман Юзепчук, Кирилл Печенин, Артем Рахманов (все — 'Рух', Брест), Александр Сачивко, Роман Бегунов, Руслан Хадаркевич, Глеб Шевченко (все — 'Шахтер', Солигорск) Николай Золотов, Александр Павловец (оба — 'Колос', Ковалевка, Украина), Максим Швецов ('Динамо-Минск').

Полузащитники: Никита Корзун, Дмитрий Подстрелов (оба — 'Шахтер', Солигорск), Макс Эбонг ('Астана', Нур-Султан, Казахстан), Владислав Климович, Артем Быков (оба — 'Динамо-Минск'), Павел Седько ('Динамо-Брест'), Денис Гречихо, Артем Концевой (все — 'Рух', Брест).

Нападающие: Максим Скавыш ('Шахтер', Солигорск), Виталий Лисакович ('Локомотив', Москва), Дмитрий Антилевский ('Торпедо-БелАЗ', Жодино).

db - posted on 24 August 2021 at 12:15:41

Wales announced squad:

Goalkeepers: Wayne Hennessey (Burnley), Daniel Ward (Leicester City), Adam Davies (Stoke City)

Defenders: Chris Gunter (Charlton Athletic), Ben Davies (Tottenham Hotspur), Ethan Ampadu (Chelsea), Chris Mepham (Bournemouth), Joe Rodon (Tottenham Hotspur), Neco Williams (Liverpool), Tom Lockyer (Luton Town), James Lawrence (FC St Pauli), Rhys Norrington-Davies (Sheffield United)

Midfielders: Aaron Ramsey (Juventus), Joe Allen (Stoke City), Jonny Williams (Swindon Town), Harry Wilson (Fulham), David Brooks (Bournemouth), Joe Morrell (Portsmouth), Matthew Smith (Manchester City - on loan at Hull City), Dylan Levitt (Manchester United - on loan at Dundee United), George Thomas (QPR), Rubin Colwill (Cardiff City)

Forwards: Brennan Johnson (Nottingham Forest), Gareth Bale (Real Madrid), Daniel James (Manchester United), Kieffer Moore (Cardiff City), Tyler Roberts (Leeds United)
(link: )

Thomas Gladkyh - posted on 30 August 2021 at 15:47:50

Wales announced squad:
Aaron Ramsey, Joe Rodon, George Thomas and Neco Williams have all withdrawn from the Wales squad due to injury, with defender Brandon Cooper (Swansea), forward Mark Harris (Cardiff City), midfielders Josh Sheehan (Swansea) and Ben Woodburn (Hearts) called up as replacements.
And also: Ethan Ampadu, Tyler Roberts and Brandon Cooper will be unable to travel to Kazan for the World Cup qualifier against Belarus as they were unable to get their Russian visa approved in time to travel to Finland. (link: )

tuzenko - posted on 3 September 2021 at 09:45:08

Announced referee:
(...)

Thomas Gladkyh - posted on 3 September 2021 at 10:50:58

Announced referee:
(...)

db - posted on 6 September 2021 at 17:22:17

Belarus national football team (link: )
Belarus vs Wales post-match head-to-head
P
6
W
1
D
0
L
5
GF
7
GA
11
Av. goals
3.000
Av. attendance
14 474
Match stats
Belarus:
players - 15 (from 7 clubs)
goals - 2 (penalties - 1, hat-tricks - 0)
average age - 26.688 (born 1986-1999)
average caps - 11.133
cautions - 2, expulsions - 0
Wales:
players - 13 (from 12 clubs)
goals - 3 (penalties - 2, hat-tricks - 1)
average age - 26.455 (born 1989-2002)
average caps - 35.846
cautions - 1, expulsions - 0
Belarus national team matches
Previous match:
2022 FIFA World Cup Qualification
Czech Republic vs Belarus 1-0
Ostrava, Thursday 2 September 2021
Next match:
2022 FIFA World Cup Qualification
Belarus vs Belgium 0-1
Kazan, Wednesday 8 September 2021
Wales national team matches
Previous match:
Friendly International
Finland vs Wales 0-0
Helsinki, Wednesday 1 September 2021
Next match:
2022 FIFA World Cup Qualification
Wales vs Estonia 0-0
Cardiff, Wednesday 8 September 2021
Top Belarus goal scorers
1. Maksim Ramashchanka (1998 - 2008) - 20 goals
2. Syarhey Karnilenka (2005 - 2015) - 17 goals
3. Vital Kutuzaw (2002 - 2008) - 13 goals
... Vital Lisakovich (2020 - 2021) - 5 goals
... Pavel Syadzko (2021) - 1 goal
(correct as of September 5, 2021)
Top Wales goal scorers
1. Gareth Bale (2006 - 2021) - 36 goals
2. Ian Rush (1982 - 1994) - 28 goals
3. Trevor Ford (1946 - 1956) - 23 goals
4. Ivor Allchurch (1951 - 1965) - 23 goals
(correct as of September 5, 2021)
Brief match report
Sun. 05 Sep 2021
Central Stadium, Kazan
Belarus 2-3 Wales
Goals: Bale 6, Lisakovich 29, Syadzko 31, Bale 69, Bale 90+3

Belarus: Chernik (c), Sachywka, Begunow (Shawchenka 78), Hadarkevich, Zolataw, Shvyatsow, Bykaw, Syadzko (Yuzapchuk 73), Ebong (Padstrelaw 73), Klimovich, Lisakovich (Skavysh 90). Managed by Kandratsyew.
Booked: Chernik 5, Bykaw 11.

Wales: Ward, Gunter, Davies, Lawrence, Mepham, Allen, Morrell, Johnson (Williams 63), Colwill (Harris 57), Bale (c), James. Managed by Page.
Booked: Gunter 28.

Att: 0,
Ref: Kruashvili (Georgia)

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