After 4:1 from the first-leg match, the “Burgundy” team was once again convincing and joined Široki Brijeg in the final of the most massive competition.
Sarajevo had its first chance over Almir Bekić in the 14th minute, when he sent the ball above the goal from about 15 meters. Rifet Kapić also had a good attempt in the 19th minute, after a pass of Alen Mustafić, but the goalkeeper of Sloga, Boris Bodiroga, defended his shot.
OFK Sloga had the best chance from the penalty kick in the 33rd minute, but the shot of Nemanja Matović was defended by Vladan Kovačević.
Sarajevo came to the advantage in the 38th minute. Emir Halilović centred from the left side, Haris Handžić passed the ball by head to the five-meter area, where Aleksandar Šofranac managed well and scored a goal.
Aladin Šišić tried from the right side in the 41st minute, but Bodiroga intervened well again. Halilović was in an excellent chance in the 45th minute, but the goalkeeper of Sloga was again at the height of the task. In the continuation of the action, Bodiroga stopped the attempts of Šišić and Numan Kurdić.
In the 51st minute, after a corner on the left side, Amer Dupovac scored the second goal for Sarajevo by head from the five-meter area.
The midfielder of Sloga, Matović, shot from about 20 meters in the 62nd minute, but the ball went over the goal.
A minute later, Handžić crossed to the left and returned the ball to Rifet Kapić, who scored a goal from six meters.
Ševkija Resić made a superb shot from the edge of the penalty area in the 78th minute, but Bodiroga threw the ball into the corner.
After a corner kick, the captain of Sarajevo, Dupovac, scored one more goal for the convincing advantage of the home team.
Dragiča Komarčević and Stevan Jovanović missed excellent opportunities for the team from Gornje Crnjelovo in the 82nd and 83rd minute.
Aladin Šišić scored for the final 5:0 in the 85th minute, after Halilović centred the ball from the right.