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.
Keen on redeeming their first game loss over Argentina, Bosnia immediately set on an aggressive approach since kick off.
That approach was suitable though with Nigeria fast attacking play, creating an interesting battle with both teams creating chances after chances.
The Balkan side though they got in front when Edin Dzeko puts them ball in the net, but it was wrongly ruled out for off-side.
Instead, it was Nigeria that got themselves the opening goal when Peter Odemwingie scored on 29 minutes.
In the second half, both teams continue their attacking play, especially Bosnia as they were determined in getting an equalizing goal.
Unfortunately, no more goals were scored during that period as that game ended in a slender win for Nigeria.