There were no goals in the first half. Although the BH team attacked more and threatened the opponent’s goal, the nets did not shake, and the best chance was missed by Anes Mašić in the 20th minute, when he shot over the goal after a cross by Nenad Nikić from the left side.
In the second half, the game of the young national team of Bosnia and Herzegovina was better, which finally paid off in the 57th minute, when Milan Savić brought our team to the lead after the cross of Amar Dedić.
After his assistance, Dedić himself entered the list of scorers in the 60th minute. The right-side player precisely took a free kick from twenty meters on the right and hit the net of goalkeeper Lucas Fox.
Slobodan Starčević’s team continues the qualifications on 12th and 16th November with matches against Sweden away and Montenegro at home.
Luxembourg - Bosnia and Herzegovina 0:2 (0:0)
Stadium: “Emile Mayrisch”, Esch-sur-Alzette
Referee: Andrew Davey (Northern Ireland)
Assistant Referees: Paul Robinson, Georgios Argyropoulos (Northern Ireland)
4th Official: Steven Gregg (Northern Ireland)
Goals: 0:1 Milan Savić (57th), 0:2 Amar Dedić (60th minute)
Yellow cards: Osmanović, De Oliveira, Torres (Luxembourg), Marjanović (BH)
Luxembourg: Lucas Fox, Yohann Torres, Mathias Olesen, Edin Osmanović, Franz Sinner, Farid Ikene, Irvin Latić (69th minute, Diogo Monteiro De Oliveira), Noah Rossler (46th minute, Léon Schmit), Timothe Rupil (80th minute, Tiago Semedo), Dylan Kuete (59th minute, Gary Bernard), Alessio Curci (69th minute, Selim Turping). Head Coach: Manuel Cardoni
Bosnia and Herzegovina: Belmin Dizdarević, Nenad Nikić (84th minute, Saša Marjanović), Jovan Pavlović, Adrian Leon Barišić, Amar Dedić, Đorđe Milojević (46th minute, Ivan Grgić), Belmin Mešinović (77th minute, Andrija Drljo), Ivan Bašić, Amar Begić, Đani Salčin (46th minute, Milan Savić), Anes Mašić (84th minute, Faris Zubanović). Head Coach: Slobodan Starčević