In this way, the chosen ones of Ivo Krezo, with a maximum performance, achieved qualifications for the next phase of the competition.
The Swiss came to advantage in the 10th minute. Evangelos Marcoyannakis ran the counter-attack and sent the ball behind the back of Stanislav Galić.
In the 12th minute, Anel Radmilović took the ball of Gabriel Buckson in front of the opponent’s six-meter area and shot precisely for 1:1.
The BH futsal team had the initiative in the first half, but the Swiss goalkeeper Fabian Sangines stood out with even 17 defences.
The second half was better opened by the guests. In the 22nd minute, they ran out another counter-attack which, after the pass of Janik Huber, ended by Simon Gössi for 1:2.
David De Freitas scored the third goal for Switzerland in the 23rd minute, but in the 24th minute, Amer Džindić hit for 2:3.
The BH team started with the goalkeeper-player to equalize, but Buckson took the ball of them in the 36th minute and hit the undefended net for 2:4.
The BH futsal team player did not surrender, so Mirko Hrkać reduced the advantage of Switzerland in the 37th minute, and Josip Bošković brought the tie result in the 38th minute.
In the same minute Hrkać scored another goal for 5:4 in favour of the futsal team of Bosnia and Herzegovina.
In the group's second match, Cyprus beat Gibraltar by 4:0. Goals in this match were scored by Costas Kouloumbris in the 5th, George Alexiou in the 12th, Guevara Kanjo in the 25th and Cesar Diniz Pereira in the 36th minute.
BH finished first in the tournament with a maximum of 9 points ahead of Cyprus with 6, Switzerland with 3 and Gibraltar last with no points.
Bosnia and Herzegovina - Switzerland 5:4 (1:1)
Husejin Smajlović Arena, Zenica
Referees: Kaloyan Kirilov (Bulgaria), Ibrahim El Jilali (Netherlands), Kirill Naishouler (Finland)
Goals: 0:1 Marcoyannakis (9:02), 1:1 Radmilović (11:01), 1:2 Gössi (21:48), 1:3 De Freitas (22:37), 2:3 Džindić (23:52), 2:4 Buckson (35:18), 3:4 Hrkać (36:59), 4:4 Bošković (37:19), 5:4 Hrkać (37:52)
Bosnia and Herzegovina: Stanislav Galić, Mirko Hrkać, Ivan Ivanković, Anel Radmilović, Josip Bošković, Darko Milanović, Amer Džindić, Zvonimir Ćavar, Emir Omerhodžić, Ibrahim Hršumović, Marijo Aladžić, Sabahudin Petak, Samir Gosto, Fadil Seferović. Head Coach: Ivo Krezo
Switzerland: Fabian Sangines, Evangelos Marcoyannakis, Janik Huber, Simon Gössi, Fabian Florin, Thierry Huber, David De Freitas, Claudio Fernandes, Abdelkarim Seddiq, Dylan Malta Barreira, Andres Silva, Gabriel Buckson, Nicolas Spiegel, Diego Uebelhart. Head Coach: Joao Pinto