The only goal of the match was scored by Liam Cullen in the 71st minute.
After four matches, the BH team finished 4th in the ranking list in Group 11 with three points behind leading Belgium, and two behind Germany and Wales.
Young national team of our country continue qualifications with a home match against Belgium on 31st March.
Wales - Bosnia and Herzegovina 1:0 (0:0)
Stadium: “Racecourse Ground”, Wrexham
Referee: Georgios Kominis (Greece)
Assistant Referees: Christos Akrivos, Reinhart Buxbaoum (Greece)
4th Official: Aristomenis Koutsiaftis (Greece)
Goal: 1:0 Cullen (71st minute)
Yellow cards: Burton, Stirk, Cabango, Mooney,Harris (Wales), Ćatić, Demirović, Mustedanagić, Mujakić (BH)
Wales: George Ratcliffe, Aaron Lewis, Rhys Norrington-Davies, Jack Evans, Brandon Cooper, Benjamin Cabango, Liam Cullen, Robbie Burton (73rd minute, Ryan Stirk), Thomas Harris, Brennan Johnson (60th minute, Daniel John Mooney), Nathan Broadhead. Head Coach: Paul Bodin
Bosnia and Herzegovina: Vladan Kovačević, Besim Šerbečić, Ivan Miličević, Zinedin Mustedanagić (87th minute, Jasmin Čeliković), Vladan Danilović, Ermedin Demirović, Marijan Ćavar, Amar Beganović, Amar Ćatić (73rd minute, Benjamin Hadžić), Nihad Mujakić, Petar Bojo (80. Gabrijel Čoko). Head Coach: Vinko Marinović
PHOTO: FA Wales