Ukraine Premier League has returned today amidst the ongoing war with Russia, MySportDab reports.
Ukrainian football has returned with matches played today as the war with Ukraine intensifies.
In the heat of the war with Ukraine, the Ukrainian government has to put the League on hold after matchday 6.
However, the League has been reopened with emergency measures and logistics to safeguard against possible war artillery.
The stadium has reportedly been fortified with bomb shelters and air shelters to safeguard against Russian armaments.
There is also an arrangement to immediately evacuate the players on the pitch into an underground if signals of Russian artillery are received.
The Ukrainian government had to call off the League as they concentrated on defending the Russian territory at the onset of the war.
In today’s matches, Shakhtar Donetsk were held to a goalless draw by Metalist.
Odessa lost at home 1-0 to Veres Rivne. Zorya Luhansk defeated Vorskla Poltava 3-1, while Kobalivka defeated Kryvsba 1-0
More matches are expected to be played as the League officially opens, but there is vigilance to prevent brutal circumstances as the League progresses.
Russia had invaded Ukraine in a move that Western countries have widely condemned.
Former Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich had to relinquish his ownership of Chelsea football club after the British government reportedly discovered his alleged links to Russian President Vladimir Putin.
Abramovich was sanctioned and had to put up Chelsea Football club for sale as the war in Ukraine raged.
However, it is still unclear how long the Ukrainian Premier League will continue amid the war with Russia