Carrying a 1-1 result from the first meeting, Ireland looking set to face their second leg clash against Bosnia which will decide both teams’ chance in advancing into Euro 2016 finals.
Although a 0-0 draw will be enough for Ireland to get through, but their head coach, Martin O’Neill insisted that they are targeting a win in that match.
O’Neil believes that Bosnia have all the qualities to score a goal, that’s why it will be much more saver for Ireland if they can win the match instead of playing for a goalless draw.
Moreover, speaking about the safety measures for that game, O’Neill hope that everything will be okay and the stadium can be well policed.
Begovic expects ‘balanced tie against Republic of Ireland’: