The only goal for the BH team was scored by Andrej Đokanovic in the 48th minute, while for England they were scored by Faustino Anjorin in the 24th, Ethan Laird in the 38th, Taylor Harwood-Bellis in the 69th and Anthony Gordon in the 70th minute.
B&H ended the match with 10 players as Elvir Muminović received a second yellow card in the additional time of the first half.
In the second match of the group, Northern Macedonia beat Luxembourg 3:0.
England finished the tournament in first place with a maximum of 9 points ahead of Northern Macedonia and B&H, which scored 4 points each. Luxembourg is last without points.
The elite qualifying round was achieved by England and Northern Macedonia.
Bosnia and Herzegovina - England 1:4 (0:2)
Stadium: “Gjorče Petrov”, Skopje
Referee: Donatas Rumšas (Lithuania)
Assistant Referees: Aleksandr Radius (Lithuania), Slađan Markoski (N. Macedonia).
4th Official: Jovan Kačevski (N. Macedonia)
Goals: 0:1 Anjorin (24th), 0:2 Laird (38th), 1:2 Đokanović (48th), 1:3 Harwood-Bellis (69th), 1:4 Gordon (70th)
Yellow cards: Stanić, Đokanović, Hasanbegović, Muminović, Ilinković (BH), Maghoma (England)
Red card: Muminović (BH, 45th+1)
Bosnia and Herzegovina: Luka Kačavenda, Elvir Muminović, Vladimir Arsić, Melvin Bajrović, Kristijan Stanić (46th minute, Vedad Radonja), Mirza Hasanbegović (46th minute, Ajdin Hasić), Amar Kvakić, Vedad Kovač (60th minute, Andrija Drljo), Nikola Turanjanin (71st minute, Silvio Ilinković), Amar Dedić, Andrej Đokanović (76th minute, Adrian Leon Barišić). Head Coach: Slaven Musa
England: Marcus Dewhurst, Ethan Laird, Thomas Doyle, Taylor Harwood-Bellis (73rd minute, Valentino Livramento), Clinton Mola, James Garner (73rd minute, Edmond-Paris Maghoma), Faustino Anjorin (64th minute, Sonny Hilton), Xavier Amaechi (17th minute, Tyreece John-Jules), Bobby Duncan, Lee Buchanan. Head Coach: Paul Simpson