Former Bosnia-Herzegovina captain Hasan Salihamidzic, a UEFA Champions League winner with Bayern Munich in 2001, spoke to FIFA.com about the FIFA Club World Cup in Morocco and his national team’s chances in Brazil.
Led by Lionel Messi and John Obi Mikel, Argentina and Nigeria meet on the big stage yet again, while underdogs Iran and Bosnia-Herzegovina will hope to upset the odds.
After playing an important part in Bosnia-Herzegovina reaching the world finals for the first time, Vedad Ibisevic reflected on their achievement and what lies ahead at Brazil 2014 when speaking with FIFA.com.
Speaking exclusively to FIFA.com just hours after Bosnia-Herzegovina qualified for their first-ever FIFA World Cup™, Sergej Barbarez discussed his nation's pride and what he thinks they can achieve next year.
After 260 games across qualifying Europe, the nine sides headed for Brazil 2014 and the eight going into the play-offs have been decided, but in which games were their paths decided? FIFA.com investigates.
Bosnia-Herzegovina were headed for the play-offs until Vedad Ibisevic’s 68th-minute goal earned them a 1-0 win in Lithuania and a historic first-ever qualification for the FIFA World Cup™.