The rematch of the 1st Round of the qualifications between Russia’s Dinamo Moscow and Hungary’s Vasas Óbuda Budapest that was to take place in the Russian capital tonight won’t take place “due to the COVID-19 restriction“, ас the CEV published. This means that Dinamo, who prevailed in the first leg by a 3-0, have advanced to the 2nd Round.
There, they might play against a Ukrainian team (the winner of the duel between Khimik Youzhny and SC “Prometey“ Kamyanske) despite the fact CEV previously decided not to allow such encounters to be held due to possible negative political connotations. It turned out that neither of these two teams from Ukraine has no problem playing against Russian representatives – in this case, Dinamo – if the match takes place on neutral ground. The Russian side offered two solutions: Minsk, Belarus, or Turkey.
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