Russian newspaper “Sport-Express” published an analytical article about Belarus, which highlighted the game of the Ukrainian striker Brest “Dynamo” Artem Milevsky:
“Of course, the level of competition difficult to compare even with RPL. However, not all that bad: maybe someone is misleading the picture of TV broadcasts, where the stadiums are surrounded by private houses, factory chimneys and shops. But in the League there is something else.
1. Tactics. The most striking example – the Minsk Derby in the 2nd round, when “Minsk” won “Dynamo” (3:2). The owners used a simple but working tool: long casts behind the high pressing one opponent. Therefore, lead with the score 3:0 in the first half, providing the final result.
To interesting tactical “chips”, the highest League can be attributed to counter the “Slutsk”, explicitly simulated standard provisions Brest “Dynamo” flanking attack “Dinamo-Minsk”.
2. Players of a decent level. It is clear that Artem Milevskyi stand out – he really stands out at least by culture pass. Except it makes a good impression defender Minsk “Dynamo” Maxim Shvetsov, who competently works on selections and starts the attack. His teammate Danilo Sousa skilful and creative attacking midfielder. Dribbler of “Slutsk” Marat Buraev, speed plays half the players of the opposing team. Striker “Isloch” Momo Yangsan – a short, but well-realizing moments.
3. Intrigue. After the first rounds the sole leader of “Energetik-BSU”, which is clearly not ranked as favorites of the season. Leading clubs, including Brest and Dinamo Minsk and BATE, yet fail, despite the fact that show a decent level of football.”