The former captain opened and closed the night; he scored the header in 7th minute to put Bosnia in front and he was the one to score the fifth goal deep into the stoppage time.
In the meantime, Džeko converted the penalty in 22nd minute, after Liverpool’s Klavan brought him down in the box. Haris Medunjanin’s volley after Pjanić assist was the third goal for the Bosnians and probably the best moment of the European Qualifiers first round. Ibišević also put his name on the scoresheet; his was assisted by Danijel Miličević, who made his debut for the national team.
This was the 51st cap for Asmir, who had a calm night with not much work to do. This also means that this was his 19th clean sheet for the national team – he’ll try to repeat that achievement next month, when Bosnia visits Belgium.