“Dragons” now have to wait for the outcome in the other groups, because seven of the eight best second-ranked teams will qualify for the final tournament to be played in Hungary.
Bosnia and Herzegovina took the lead in the 16th minute through Kerim Alajbegović, and Marko Brekalo was in the role of assistant. Belarus equalized in the 41st minute, and the goal was scored by Mikita Liukevich. The victory for “Dragons” was brought by Stefan Marčetić in the 72nd minute assisted by Vedad Garčević.
In the second match of this group, Serbia defeated Israel 3:0. The first place in the group was won by Serbia with 6 points, the second place is Bosnia and Herzegovina with 4 points, the same as Belarus, but a lower mutual score. Israel is last with 2 points won.
Belarus - Bosnia and Herzegovina 1:2 (1:1)
Stadium: Sports Centre of Serbian FA in Stara Pazova
Referee: Mikkel Redder (Denmark)
Assistant Referees: Rene Risum (Denmark) and Nikola Borović (Serbia)
4th Official: Dejan Trifković (Serbia)
Goals: 0:1 Alajbegović (16'), 1:1 Liukevich (41'), 1:2 Marčetić (72').
Yellow cards: Mokin, Baranok (Belarus), Beganović, Terzić, Alajbegović (BH)
Red card: Beganović (BH) in the 93rd minute
Belarus: Mikita Dounar, Mikhail Aliaksandrau, Pavel Apiatsionak, Mikita Kandratsenia, Zakhar Baranok, Ruslan Mialkouski (cap.) (70th, Ales Sakhonchyk), Artsiom Sakalouski, Trafim Melnichenka (70th, Artsiom Vaskaboinikau), Mark Mokin (70th, Mikita Chuiko), Mikita Liukevich (46th, Uladzislau Stsiapanenka), Pavel Shauchenka. Head Coach: Aleksandr Yurevich
Bosnia and Herzegovina: Faris Mehić, Jusuf Terzić, Dženan Šabić (87th, Sergej Popović), Filip Taraba (cap.), Nidal Čelik, Ajdin Beganović, Marko Brekalo (60th, Vedad Garčević), Samer H. Spahić (66th, Harun Sadžak), Kerim Alajbegović, Stefan Marčetić, Andrei Jahić. Head Coach: Admir Raščić