Harbunou can be considered one of the veterans of the Belarusian goalkeeping.
He made his debut in the Vysshaya Liga in 2002. For six years he was a loyal
servant to Dnepr Mogilev. In 2008 he transferred to Dinamo Minsk. Here the
goalkeeper got his first medals finishing as runner-up in the League.
was an unlucky season for the goalkeeper. He was not a regular starter and had
to switch for Neman Grodno in summer. And in January of 2012 made a dramatic
move to FC BATE. Just a few believed that Andrei would be the first choice
goalkeeper in the country's most successful club as he had to compete against Aliaksandr
Hutar, 2011 Belarusian Player of the Year. However, Harbunou managed to become
the No. 1 goalkeepr at BATE quickly. From the start of the season he
established himself as a definite starter and played several fantastic matches.
The first ever UEFA Champions League win against Lille in September and Bayern early October was perhaps
the most impressive one.