Belarus and Macedonia concluded their Euro 2016 qualifying campaigns with a goalless draw which left the former Yugoslav nation bottom of Group C.
Only a win and dropped points from Luxembourg against Slovakia would see Macedonia climb off the foot of the standings, but they were unable to beat Belarus in the Borisov Arena.
Belarus' 2-0 win against Luxembourg in September ended a five-game wait for a competitive home victory, but they were unable to add a second.
The hosts went closest when Sergei Politevich hit the woodwork in the second half.
Macedonia, meanwhile, are without an away win in 13 competitive games and more than four years, since October 2010 in Andorra.