The chosen players of Ivo Krezo reached the advantage in 9th minute through Eldin Mehmedović who greatly shot from the free kick from over ten meters.
Nikola Milašinović brought draw to Serbia in the 20th minute with a kick from the six-meter area after the pass of Aleksa Milivojević.
The BH team came to the new advantage in the 32nd minute, and the scorer was Amer Džindić. Tarik Džemić went to the right and sent the ball to the six-meter area of Serbia, and it bounced from one of the players to Džindić who sent it into the net.
For the final 2:2, Đorđe Rosić hit greatly from about ten meters in the 34th minute.
The match between Portugal and Moldova is on the program tonight at 20:00 h.
The matches of the 2nd round are scheduled for tomorrow, when Serbia-Portugal (17:00 h) and Bosnia and Herzegovina-Moldova (20:00 h) will play.
You can watch all matches live on City TV and the FF BH official YouTube channel.
You can download the official tournament program HERE.
Bosnia and Herzegovina - Serbia 2:2 (1:1)
Sports Hall: Midhat Hujdur-Hujka, Mostar
Referees: David Urdanoz Apezteguia (Spain), Hikmat Qafarli (Azerbaijan), Yiangos Yiangou (Cyprus)
Goals: 1:0 Mehmedović (08:55), 1:1 Milašinović (19:41), 2:1 Džindić (31:50), 2:2 Rosić (33:15)
Yellow cards: Manojlović, Vrdoljak, Trifković (BH), Milašinović, Petrović, Marinković (Serbia)
Bosnia and Herzegovina: Edo Demirović, Dejan Trifković, Amer Džindić, Nikola Vrdoljak, Alem Smajlović, Jasmin Mušinović, Eldin Mehmedović, Slobodan Manojlović, Tarik Džemić, Sead Kapetanović, Tarik Lukšija, Zvonimir Grubišić. Head Coach: Ivo Krezo
Serbia: Vladan Koljajić, Lazar Marinković, Matija Urošević, Đorđe Rosić, Zoran Arđeljan, Nemanja Milanović, Aleksa Milivojević, Predrag Radak, Jovica Petrović, Nikola Milašinović, Jovan Urošević, Marko Stojanović. Head Coach: Vladimir Jovanović