Sitting fifth in current group B standings after five games, Bosnia Herzegovina's chance in qualifying for upcoming Euro 2016 final is in serious jeopardy, especially if they couldn't win their upcoming fixture against Israel.
Bosnia-Herzegovina are yet to register any win on their Euro 2016 qualifier as on Monday they were held into a 1-1 draw by Belgium, but the Balkan side head coach Safet Susic stated that his team should be pleased with that result.
Being one of the favorites to qualify for Euro 2016 from group B, Belgium apparently isn't forcing themselves to take home three points from all of their matches as they're quite content after only grabbing a point against Bosnia.
Bosnia's ambition in picking up their first Euro 2016 qualifier victory was halted again on Monday as they were held by Belgium at Bilino Polje Stadium.
The home side were determined in snatching all three points after failing to do so in previous two games.
Bosnia Herzegovina's first World Cup experience ended in a disappointment as they failed to get though into the knock out stage after suffering another defeat on their second group game against Nigeria.
The disappointing 0-0 draw between Nigeria against Iran might not be considered a pretty sight in current World Cup 2014 showing, which has been filled with goals, but that result was pleasing enough for Bosnia.
One of the favorites for World Cup 2014, Argentina started their campaign in a winning way after defeating Bosnia at Maracana stadium.
The South American giant immediately put a strong pressure on their opponent and within just three minutes of play they got in front, thanks to an own goal from Sead Kolasinac.
Bosnia continue to show positive signs ahead of their first World Cup campaign as they grabbed a win over Mexico in their latest friendly fixture on midweek.
The Balkan side put on an aggressive approach straight from kick off, giving plenty pressure towards their Concacaf opponent.
Bosnia national team continue to show their potential ahead of upcoming World Cup 2014 as they picked up an impressive win over Ivory Coast in a friendly fixture this Friday.
Anticipating their first World Cup journey, the Balkan side were keen on showcasing their worth and after only 17 minutes of play they got themselves in front through Edin Dzeko's strike.