The match ended with a draw 1:1, and according to the rules of UEFA development tournaments, penalty kicks were taken. The Poles did better and won 7:6 and won 2 points, while Čedomir Ćulum’s team won 1.
Oliwier Sieniawski gave Poland the lead in the 52nd minute, and Said Nišić equalized the score in the 68th minute.
The following performed for Bosnia and Herzegovina: Tarik Banjić, Jovan Ćulum, Stefan Višekruna (54th, Ivan Bošnjak), Kenan Vrban, Edib Dazdarević (54th, Amar Zahirović), Nikša Blagojević, Danilo Karanović (70th, Lucian Buntić), Miloš Soprenić (54th, Ervin Slanjankić), Said Nišić (70th, Dario Arifović), Amar Osmanović (56th, Ajdin Raščić), Amar Rebac (54th, Daris Keljmendi).
In the second match of the tournament, Andorra beat Hungary 5:4 after penalty kicks.
Poland won the first place in the tournament with 8 points, the national teams of Bosnia and Herzegovina and Hungary collected 4 points each, and Andorra 2 points.