There was no opportunity until the 24th minute, when the national team of Bosnia and Herzegovina gained the advantage. Jan Bednarek improperly stopped Elvir Koljić in his penalty area and referee Cüneyt Çakır awarded a penalty kick. Haris Hajradinović was accurate from the penalty spot, for whom it was also the first goal in the “A” national team jersey.
The Poles had their first chance in the 36th minute. Kamil Grosicki perform the corner kick from the right side, and Kamil Glik sent by head shot the ball beside the goal. In the 42nd minute, Kamil Jozwiak centred the ball from the left side, and the attempt of Grosicki's head-shot was defended by Begović. Arkadiusz Milik had a good opportunity in the 45th minute, but the BH defenders threw the ball into the corner after which the Poles equalized the score. Grosicki centred again to Glik, who was precise for 1:1 this time.
The guests reverse the result in the 67th minute. This time, Grosicki jumped well after Maciej Rybus’s centre-shot and sent by head the ball into the net.
Koljić missed a great opportunity in the 68th minute. After Edin Višća’s penetration on the right side, the ball reached Koljić, who sent the ball over the goal from ten meters.
Edin Džeko also shot well in the 78th minute after a pass by Višća, but Lukasz Fabianski defended his shot. There were no more opportunities until the end.