Belgium-Sweden, a European qualifying match that was suspended at half-time at the request and consent of the two teams following the terrorist attack that killed two Swedish fans in Brussels on October 16, is approved: the score at half-time (1-1 ). ) is confirmed as final. One point per team so in Group F, rankings need to be updated.
The decision of the UEFA Executive Committee, which “in making the decision took note of the impossibility of playing the remaining part of the match the following day”, has been expressly expressed by both the Belgian Football Association and the Swedish Football Association given the circumstances Desire not to let the remaining game time be played out and to consider the result at half-time as final.”
The result of the match has no impact on the Group F rankings, as Belgium is already mathematically qualified for the final stages of UEFA EURO 2024, although Sweden is mathematically eliminated. UEFA also states that “every ban is considered granted and individual yellow cards remain valid”.