Bosnia and Herzegovina will face Italy in UEFA Nations League Group A1 ' in Sarajevo on Wednesday, 18 November at 19.45/#39.
Bosnia-Herzegovina-Italy: living accumulation
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• Bosnia and Herzegovina were relegated.
• If Italy beats Bosnia and Herzegovina, draw, and Netherlands cannot beat Poland, or if the other match is a draw, they will advance to the final.
• On the 1st match day, Rome-based Edin Džeko beat the visitors and drew 1-1 in Italy in #39. Italy had won the home and away games of both teams in the UEFA EURO 2000 qualifying matches.
• This match is the first match of the countries that met for the first time in 1996 friendly match in Sarajevo'. This remains the only win for the Bosnians against Italy to date: W1 D1 L2.
What the coaches say
Bosnia and Herzegovina coach Dušan Bajević : "We tried to do something positive in the second half of [the 3-1 loss to the Netherlands] and we were close. It was difficult to close the three-goal gap, but we wanted to see if we could play better and that was an improvement."
Italy assistant coach Alberico Evani: "It's our culture, the Italians do their best in difficult moments and they unite more. That's what I wanted from the guys before [2-0 win against Poland'] and they were outstanding. We stayed true. Our offensive principles. Roberto [Mancini] they've been for two years You're working on it and you're rewarded in the long run when you keep playing like that."
The UEFA Nations League final tournament will take place from 6 to 10 October 2021. Teams will return to competitive action in the spring of 2021 in the 2022 FIFA World Cup European Qualifiers.