Luxembourg held 10-man Belarus to a 0-0 draw in their European Championship qualifier on Friday.
Belarus was outnumbered after forward Sergei Kornilenko was sent off for a foul on defender Guy Blaise in the 69th minute. The host, though, could not take advantage and was even lucky to escape with a draw at the Josy Barthel Stadium.
The result gives Belarus five points from three matches in Group D and a share of the lead with Albania. Luxembourg won its first point of the qualifying campaign.
Luxembourg: Jonathan Joubert; Kim Kintziger, Guy Blaise, Eric Hoffmann, Tom Schnell; Rene Peters, Tom Laterza Gilles Bettmer (Lars Gerson, 62) Ben Payal (Michel Kettenmeyer, 77) Charles Leweck, Aurelien Joachim (Daniel Da Mota, 66).
Belarus: Yuri Zhevnov; Aleksandr Kulchiy, Aleksandr Martynovich, Timofei Kalachev Aleksandr Yurevich (Dmitri Molosh, 87) Yan Tigorev (Anton Putilo, 67) Sergei Omelyanchuk, Sergei Kornilenko, Vyacheslav Hleb (Vitali Rodionov, 67) Sergei Kislyak, Igor Shitov.