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Euro 2020 Qualifying Group C
Sun 24 March 2019. KO: 19:45

NORTHERN IRELAND (NIR) 2-1 BELARUS (BLR)
(H/T 1-1)

Venue: National Football Stadium at Windsor Park, Belfast
Attendance: 18,188
Referee: Paweł Raczkowski (POL)
Assistant Referees: Michal Obukowicz (POL), Radosław Siejka (POL)
Fourth Official: Krzysztof Jakubik (POL)
Goals: NIR: J Evans (30'), J Magennis (87'); BLR: Stasevich (33')

NORTHERN IRELAND: 4-3-3 (green shirts, white shorts, green socks)
Manager: Michael O'Neill
Captain: Steven Davis
Team: B Peacock-Farrell; S Dallas, C Cathcart, J Evans, J Lewis; P McNair, S Davis, G Saville; N McGinn [J Magennis 68'], K Lafferty [L Boyce 79'], J Jones [S Ferguson 85']
Unused subs: M McGovern (GK), C Hazard (GK), C McLaughlin, McAuley, J Thompson, T Flanagan, A Hughes, C Washington, P Smyth

BELARUS: 4-3-3 (white shirts, red shorts, white socks)
Coach: Igor Kriushenko
Captain: Aleksandr Martynovich
Team: Klimovich; Shitov [Polyakov 73'], Sivakov, Martynovich, Volodko; Maevski, Hleb [Putilo 60'], Dragun; Savitski [Nekhaychik 85'] Laptev, Stasevich
Unused subs: Chichkan (GK), Gorbunov (GK), Rios, Kovalev, Saroka, Signevich, Kislyak, Kendysh, Volkov
Booked: Laptev (82')

Match Report:

Northern Ireland Squad: (BBC)

Goalkeepers: Michael McGovern (Norwich City), Bailey Peacock-Farrell (Leeds United), Conor Hazard (Partick Thistle, on loan from Celtic)
Defenders: Aaron Hughes (Heart of Midlothian), Gareth McAuley (Rangers), Jonny Evans (Leicester City), Craig Cathcart (Watford), Conor McLaughlin (Millwall), Patrick McNair (Middlesbrough), Jamal Lewis (Norwich City), Tom Flanagan (Sunderland), Daniel Ballard (Arsenal)
Midfielders: Steven Davis (Rangers, on loan from Southampton), Niall McGinn (Aberdeen), Corry Evans (Blackburn Rovers), Shane Ferguson (Millwall), Stuart Dallas (Leeds United), George Saville (Middlesbrough, on loan from Millwall), Jordan Jones (Kilmarnock), Gavin Whyte (Oxford United), Jordan Thompson (Blackpool)
Forwards: Kyle Lafferty (Rangers), Josh Magennis (Bolton Wanderers), Liam Boyce (Burton Albion), Paul Smyth (Accrington Stanley, on loan from Queens Park Rangers), Will Grigg (Sunderland), Conor Washington (Sheffield United)

Notes:

  • First competitive game between NI and Belarus at senior level - only previous meeting was a friendly in Belfast in May 2016 which NI won 3-0

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