The BH team gained the advantage in the 17th minute through Amra Omeragić, and the Montenegrins equalized the result in the 30th minute.
The goal for the victory of Bosnia and Herzegovina was scored by Sofija Krajšumović in the 35th minute.
Two days ago, these national teams played another match that ended in a draw of 2:2, and the head coach of the BH women’s junior national team, Dragan Jevtić, said about these two matches:
“It is very important that after a long time we gathered again and played these two matches. It is difficult to find an opponent at all in these circumstances. On the one hand, we can be satisfied, we won and the girls gave their best. However, that is far from what is needed in qualifying matches. Even the players who played in the previous generation are far from the shape they were in.”
Jeftić also added:
“By qualifying for the elite round last season, we raised the criteria high and we want to stay at that level. It takes a lot of work to do something like that. In order for the players to be in the national team, they must first play in their clubs, and the problem for us is that a large number of girls of this age do not play in the championship as standard players. With that comes a break and they have to show character and work hard to be in good shape in the spring. We will try to schedule some more friendly matches that would give us answers to some questions.”
The BH female juniors performed today in the following line-up: Senada Cerić, Vladana Barać (30th minute, Tamara Malinović), Naida Haračić, Selma Hasić (85th minute, Jovana Stevanović), Andrea Čule (87th minute, Ilvana Begović), Sofija Krajšumović (87th minute, Varvara Šešlija), Elma Husić, Amra Omeragić, Radmila Ždero (60th minute, Matea Topalović), Helena Dabić (85th minute, Đuka Stojanović), Nikolina Vasiljević.