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Maradona was ferried from his plane in a gleaming blue Mercedes, while large crowds eagerly anticipating his arrival gathered outside the terminal.
Diego Maradona touched down in Belarus for the first time on Monday to a grand entrance. The Argentina legend wound down his window so he could signal to the masses awaiting him.
Maradona was all smiles and waves as he was driven from his plane to the terminal. The chirpy star was feeling the love and took a moment to blow a kiss to his adoring public.
Maradona made an animated show of bending down to touch the ground for the first time. Quickly followed by a clenched fist into the air while cameras followed his journey.
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The 15th-placed team of the last season Gomel was relegated to the Belarusian First League. Torpedo Minsk were excluded from the league halfway through the last season and will not play in any league in Each team plays home-and-away once against every other team for a total of 30 matches played each.
The 14th-place finisher of this season will play a two-legged relegation play-off against the third-placed team of the Belarusian First League for a spot in the Premier League.
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Even Belarus' president Alexander Lukashenko waved off worries of the COVID virus, regarding it as a 'frenzy and psychosis' and prescribed some time in a sauna and ml of vodka to keep at bay if infected.
The Belarusian Premier League remains the only league in Europe that is continuing to play. The league has a relaxed approach to virus that is 'not comprehendible' according to FIFPro.
There is a strange mentality that if you are scared of the situation then you are not a man. All other major leagues across the world have been postponed for around a month as the coronavirus continues to claim thousands of lives.
The Olympic Games has been postponed until on March 24 - becoming one of the last major sporting events this summer to fall victim to the coronavirus.
Japanese prime minister Shinzo Abe held a crucial conference call with Olympics chief Thomas Bach on Tuesday to formally decide a plan and they have chosen to postpone for 12 months.
The decision also means the Tokyo Paralympic Games will be subject to a one-year delay. Despite the delay, the name of the delayed Games will still be Tokyo , the city's governor Yuriko Koike revealed.
A joint statement from the IOC and Tokyo organising committee read: 'In the present circumstances and based on the information provided by the WHO today, the IOC President and the Prime Minister of Japan have concluded that the Games of the XXXII Olympiad in Tokyo must be rescheduled to a date beyond but not later than summer , to safeguard the health of the athletes, everybody involved in the Olympic Games and the international community.
There was plenty of scepticism whether the Olympics would pull through and continue as scheduled while events linked to the games were called off.
Tokyo Olympic Games have been postponed by one year due to the coronavirus. Large crowds mobbed Hollywood actor Gerard Butler as he lit the cauldron in the Greek city of Sparta despite repeated warnings for spectators not to attend because of coronavirus.
That forced the decision by the Greek Olympic Committee to halt the torch relay on Greek soil on just the second day of its scheduled eight-day journey.
It is the only the third time that a relay to Athens for the summer Games has not been completed. The Olympic flame will still be handed over to the Tokyo organising committee at the Panathenaic Stadium in Athens on Thursday March 19, but without fans present.
Athletes were told to keep training but many struggled considering the government lock-down measures put in place. The International Olympic Committee and Tokyo organisers have stayed on message since the viral outbreak in China three months ago spread across Asia and then the globe: The games will open as scheduled on July Tokyo organisers received the Olympic flame in a scaled-down handover ceremony in the Greek capital on March North Korea cancelled the Pyongyang Marathon scheduled for April after imposing a border lockdown due to the level of outbreak in South Korea, where the Seoul Marathon is cancelled in a bid to protect runners.
The Paris half-marathon is cancelled and the French government also decided to ban all public gatherings of more than people, before ordering people to stay at home from March 15 for at least 15 days.
The race involving some 44, competitors was scheduled for Sunday March 1. Organisers said the race will be postponed to a date yet to be determined.
The London Marathon, which had been scheduled to take place on April 26, has been postponed until October 4. Over 40, runners were due to take part.
The Barcelona marathon scheduled for March 15 has been postponed until October. Olympic boxing qualifiers to be staged in Wuhan were cancelled by the International Olympic Committee, but went ahead in Amman from March The Japanese boxing commission cancelled all fight cards scheduled for March on government advice to suspend all pending sporting fixtures.
They will not be rescheduled. The British Boxing Board of Control announced on Tuesday March 17 that all boxing events under their jurisdiction for March will be postponed due to the coronavirus.
That decision has lead to the heavyweight clash between Daniel Dubois and Joe Joyce being postponed. That fight, which had been penciled in for April 11, has been rescheduled for July 11 at the O2 Arena.
Anthony Yarde, who was due to fight Lyndon Arthur on the undercard of the all-British clash, announced on March 29 that his father had died as a result of contracting the coronavirus.
He revealed in an Instagram post that he had no underlying health issues and urged everyone to stay at home.
The European Olympic boxing qualification tournament in London has been suspended.