The last four games of Week 7 in the Belarus Premier League have brought about some separation in the table. The first match of the quadruple header was between FC Belshina Bobruisk hosting Dinamo Brest. Belshina remains in the basement with a 3-0 loss at home.
To make matters even worse for Belshina, Dinamo Brest’s first goal was on an own goal in the 11th minute. Belshina tried to go all out to tie it up, but Brest scored in the 52nd minute on a counter attack. Dinamo Brest scored their last goal off of a deflection of a corner kick in the 63rd minute to put this game away. Dinamo Brest is now back in the mix in ninth place.
The second match was the best out of the quadruple header with Slavia Mozyr also going on the road to defeat Vitebsk 3-2 in a thriller. Slavia secured a penalty kick in the 34th minute when a Vitebsk defender undercut a Slavia player going up to head a corner kick. The score stayed that way until the second half when Vitebsk woke up and scored the next two goals to go up 2-1.
Vitebsk tied it up in the 56th minute when they caught Mozyr slipping in the midfield and scored on a 3-on-2 breakaway goal with a lovely chip shot by Artsem Gurenko. Then, Vitebsk moved ahead in the 65th minute when Ion Nicolescu scored off of deflected shot. However, the game was not over until Maksym Sluisar says so. Sluisar was a late-minute substitute that proved that Mozyr has a good coach. Sluisar scored in the 86th and the 88th minute to give Slavia the 3-2 win. Slavia moves to 7th place with Vitebsk in 8th place.
BATE Borisov is back to being the powerhouse that they were a few years back with a 3-1 home victory over FC Neman Grodno. BATE did not fear the deer and jumped out to a quick 2-0 lead after 20 minutes. BATE Borisov now sits in third place with Neman Grodno dropping all the way back to 14th place.
In the last match, Shaktyor Soligorsk took out all of their aggression on Isloch with a 4-0 home victory. Shakhtyor is now back in the mix as well and moved up to sixth place, one point behind Isloch.