Brussels attacks: Belgian soccer stars react

Police officers block the access to Maalbeek metro station in Brussels on March 22, 2016 after a series of apparently coordinated explosions ripped through Brussels airport and a metro train, killing at least 14 people in the airport and 20 people in the metro in the latest attacks to target Europe. Security was tightened across the jittery continent and transport links paralysed after the bombings that Belgian Prime Minister Charles Michel branded "blind, violent and cowardly". / AFP / PHILIPPE HUGUEN

Belgium football stars have reacted to Tuesday’s terror attacks in Brussels by condemning the act and paying tributes and showing solidarity to victims and the people of Belgium.

At least 26 people are feared dead and many more wounded following blasts near check-in desks for American Airlines and Brussels Airlines before another explosion was reported at Maelbeek Metro station.nd and showing solidarity with the people of Belgium.

The attacks occurred four days after Salah Abdesalem, a fugitive wanted in connection with attacks in Paris last November, was captured in the city’s neighbourhood of Molenbeek.

Some of the country’s notable names in the round leather game took to twitter to pay tributes to those who have lost their lives in the terror attacks.