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She-Dragons qualified for the World Cup play-offs!

The women’s “A” national team of Bosnia and Herzegovina drew 1:1 with Azerbaijan today in Baku in the 2023 World Cup qualifying match.

This point was enough for our female seniors to keep the second place in the group and reach the play-off, considering that Montenegro was defeated in Podgorica by Malta with 0:2.

In the first half, the She-Dragons had the field initiative. Samira Hurem’s players tried to get to the goal, but they did not take advantage of their opportunities, while the home team failed to create any scoring chances. The ratio of 11:1 in shots after the first 45 minutes of the game is the best indicator of how much the BH team was offensively oriented.

In the second half, the national team of Bosnia and Herzegovina took the lead in the 64th minute with a goal by Minela Gačanica, but only three minutes later Nazlican Parlak equalized the score.

Bosnia and Herzegovina finished the qualification in second place in group E with 11 points, behind Denmark, which won 24, and ahead of Montenegro with 9, and the national teams of Azerbaijan and Malta, which won 7 points each.

The draw for the play-off pairs will take place on 9th September, while the matches are scheduled for 6th and 11th October this year.

The World Cup will be held in Australia and New Zealand in 2023.

Azerbaijan-Bosnia and Herzegovina 1:1 (0:0)

Dalga Arena, Baku

Referee: Maika Vanderstichel (France)

Assistant Referees: Solenne Bartnik, Clothilde Brassard (France)

4th Official: Savina Elbour (France)

Goals: 0:1 Gačanica (64th), 1:1 Parlak (67th minute)

Yellow cards: Jafarzade, Mollayeva (Azerbaijan), M. Hasanbegović, Slišković (BH)

Azerbaijan: Aitaj Sharifova, Nargiz Hajiyeva (77th, Zhala Mahsimova), Ayshan Ahmadova, Nigar Mirzaliyeva, Alina Dorofeeva, Mana Mollayeva, Diana Mammadova (70th, Peritan Bozdag), Esra Manya (90th, Vusala Hajiyeva), Nazlican Parlak (70th, Yeliz Acar), Sevinj Jafarzade (90th, Vusala Seyfatdinova), Kristina Bakarandze. Head Coach: Siyasat Asgarov

Bosnia and Herzegovina: Envera Hasanbegović, Gloria Slišković (77th, Andrea Gavrić), Melisa Hasanbegović, Ena Šabanagić, Marija Ana Milinković, Zerina Piskić, Amela Kršo, Dajana Spasojević (46th, Minela Gačanica), Marija Aleksić, Selma Kapetanović, Maja Jelčić (64th, Ena Taslidža). Head Coach: Samira Hurem

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