Jozsef Tatai brought Hungary to the lead in the 6th minute, and the turnaround for Ivo Krezo’s team was brought by Josip Bošković in the 18th, Bilal Jelić in the 20th and Samir Gosto in the 26th minute.
With the goals of Janos Labla in the 34th and Tataia in the 39th minute, the Hungarians equalized the score.
For Bosnia and Herzegovina, the following participated in this tournament: Darko Milanović, Senad Poračanin, Vedad Jašarević, Davor Arnautović, Sejad Ibrišimović, Miloš Radujković, Srđan Ivanković, Amer Džindić, Adnan Kalajdžić, Bilal Jelić, Samir Gosto, Amir Baručija, Josip Bošković, Admir Čorhodžić and Munais Duvnjak.
In addition to today’s draw, the futsal Dragons achieved two victories against Croatia and Montenegro in the tournament, while they lost against Poland in the first round.
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