The BH futsal team has already led in the 2nd minute. The chosen of Ivo Krezo did a great action, when Slobodan Manojlović sent the ball to the right side of Nikola Vrdoljak, who forwarded it to the six-meter area of Portugal to Tarik Džemić, who scored for 1:0.
A draw for the Portuguese was brought by Celio Coque in the 17th minute, and Milton Dias turned the result in the 19th minute.
In the 26th minute, Daniel Costa played back the ball on the left to Gustavo Rodrigues, who scored a third goal for Portugal from seven meters for the final result of the match.
In the second group match, Moldova beat Serbia 6:4.
Portugal won the first place in the group with a maximum of 9 points and achieved a placement to the European Championship. BH finished second with 4 points ahead of Moldova (3) and Serbia (1).
Portugal – Bosnia and Herzegovina 3:1 (2:1)
Sports Hall: USRC “Midhat Hujdur-Hujka”, Mostar
Referees: David Urdanoz Apezteguia (Spain), Valentin Ciuplea (Wales), Hikmat Qafarli (Azerbaijan)
Goals: 0:1 Džemić (01:34), 1:1 Coque (16:30), 2:1 Dias (18:45), 3:1 Rodrigues (25:42)
Yellow cards: Trifković (BH)
Portugal: Bernardo Paco, Celio Coque, Hugo Silva, Tomas Eduardo Carrico Paco, Tomas Reis, Martim Lourenco Oliveira Guerreiro Figueira, Milton Dias, Rui Miguel Sobral Moreira, Daniel Costa, Ruben Miguel Silva Gois, Gustavo Rodrigues, Sevio Marcelo. Head Coach: Jose Luis Cristovao Da Costa Mendes
Bosnia and Herzegovina: Edo Demirović, Amer Džindić, Nikola Vrdoljak, Slobodan Manojlović, Tarik Džemić, Jasmin Mušinović, Eldin Mehmedović, Sead Kapetanović, Dejan Trifković, Tarik Lukšija, Zvonimir Grubišić. Head Coach: Ivo Krezo