The BH team entered the match offensively and had more ball in its possession, and in the 14th minute, after a centre shot of Sumeja Bektaš from the right side, a head-shot from the five-meter area of Dajana Spasojević was defended by goalkeeper Tatia Gabunia.
Marija Ana Milinković shot hard from the edge of the penalty area in the 19th minute, but the ball went next to the goal.
Marija Aleksić sent the ball through the middle to Selma Kapetanović in the 21st minute, who hit the opponent’s goalkeeper from 7 meters.
The offensive game paid off for Samira Hurem’s team in the 22nd minute. Amela Kršo got rid of her guards in the middle and assisted Marija Damjanović, who shot from the top of the penalty area, and the ball bounced off the crossbar into the net for 0:1.
The pressure of the Dragons continued even after the scored goal, so Milinković hit the post from ten meters in the 31st minute after a centre shot of Dajana Spasojević from a free kick.
Milinković had two more good attempts in the additional time of the first half after a cross from the left by Amela Kršo and Dajana Spasojević, but the goalkeeper Gabunia was up to the task on both occasions.
Marija Aleksić had the first opportunity in the 50th minute, but her shot from distance Gabunia deflected into the corner.
In the 64th minute Bosnia and Herzegovina doubled its advantage. The action was started by Kršo, who sent the ball to the right side of the opponent’s penalty area for Marija Damjanović, and she passed it to the five-meter area, where Sofija Krajšumović managed best and hit the net for 0:2.
Only a minute later, Damjanović once again sent the ball to the five-meter area for Krajšumović, but the Georgian goalkeeper was more successful this time.
Kršo took a corner kick from the left in the 77th minute, and the highest in the jump was Maja Jelčić, whose header Gabunia deflected to Sofija Krajšumović, who scored the third goal for the BH team.
Aleksić had the last chance in the match in the additional time, when she sent the ball over the crossbar with her head from the five-meter area after a centre shot of Amela Kršo.
The national team of Bosnia and Herzegovina finished the qualifications in third place in Group B with 18 points behind Denmark and Italy, and ahead of Israel, Malta and Georgia.
Georgia - Bosnia and Herzegovina 0:3 (0:1)
Stadium: “M. Meskhi I”, Tbilisi
Referee: Elvira Nurmustafina (Kazakhstan)
Assistant Referees: Elena Alistratova, Nargis Magau (Kazakhstan)
4th Official: Justina Lavrenovaite (Lithuania)
Goals: 0:1 Damjanović (22nd), 0:2 Krajšumović (64th), 0:3 Krajšumović (77th minute)
Yellow cards: Tchkonia (Georgia), Vujadin (BH)
Georgia: Tatia Gabunia, Natia Danelia, Tamari Tatuashvili, Nino Sutidze, Gvantsa Kadagishvili, Tatiana Matveeva (77th minute, Maiko Bebia), Teona Todadze (76th minute, Elene Kakhniashvili), Nino Pasikashvili, Ana Cheminava, Teona Bakradze, Khatia Tchkonia (90th minute, Anastasia Bolkvadze). Head Coach: Levan Bajelidze
Bosnia and Herzegovina: Envera Hasanbegović, Nikolina Vujadin, Melisa Hasanbegović, Amela Kršo, Sumeja Bektaš, Marija Aleksić, Marija Ana Milinković (84th minute, Đula Velagić), Dajana Spasojević (56th minute, Maja Jelčić), Selma Kapetanović (56th minute, Merjema Medić), Sofija Krajšumović (78th minute, Alma Kamerić), Marija Damjanović (78th minute, Valentina Šakotić). Head Coach: Samira Hurem