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RELIVE: Nigeria v Bosnia, World Cup 2014
Ahram Online provided live coverage of Saturday's World Cup game between Nigeria and Bosnia in Group F
Published in Ahram Online on 22 - 06 - 2014

Full time: Nigeria 1-0 Bosnia
The referee blows his final whistle
90+3 What a chance for Bosnia!! Dzeko's close-range shot following a goal-mouth scramble is denied by the post.
90+1 Dzeko squanders a rare chance for Bosnia! He rises above his marker but sends a weak header into the safe hands of VincentEnyeama.
90+1' The referee adds three minutes of stoppage time.
90' Successive Bosnian efforts are thwarted by the Nigerian defence.
88' A Nigerian free-kick is cleared by the Bosnia defence.
87' Nigeria defend in numbers in the dying minutes to keep their lead intact.
85' Nigeria fail to make the most of a fast-paced counter attack. Onazi tries to penetrate through the right but his attempt to skip past his marker is not successful.
83' Emenike also tries his luck from distance! His low shot narrowly misses the target. There is a flurry of Nigerian shots tonight.
81' Nigeria midfielder John Obi Mikel is booked for a foul on Pjanic.
81' Another powerful shot from Nigeria is blocked by Begovic.
80' Ten minutes remaining before the end. Will Nigeria hold firm?
79' Nigerian substitute Uzoenyi blasts a long-range free-kick high over.
77' Bosnia pile on pressure, but their efforts are not that threatening.
75' Nigeria's Michel Babatunde suffers an injury. He is replaced with Ejike Uzoenyi.
74' A header by Bosnia substitute Ibisevic goes high over the bar.
71' Nigeria's central defenders are impressive when it comes to how they deal with crosses. So far, Bosnia's centres are not fruitful.
68' Bosnia lack creativity and imagination. They are also very slow in comparison to Nigeria's pacey forwards.
65' A chance for the Super Eagles! The lively Emenike works his way down the right and fires a fierce shot from a tight angle that is palmed away by the impressive Begovic.
64' Nigeria make their first substitution. Striker Shola Ameobi replaces Ahmed Musa.
64' Bosnia make their final substitution.Safet Susic replacesHaris Medunjanin.
63' Bosnia remain dangerous though. Unchallenged Pjanic threads a ball to Dzeko, who fails to control it inside the area.
61' A shot byBabatunde is blocked byBegovic, who then pulls off another superb save to thwart a close-range shot from Emenike.
60' In a similar move that led to Nigeria's opener, Emenike muscles his way past his challenger on the right but he eventually loses possession.
58' Bosnia make another substitution. Senad Lulic is replaced with Sejad Salihovic.
57' Bosnia make their first substitution. Striker Vedad Ibisevic replacesIzet Hajrovic.
56' Nigeria are very dangerous on the break. Another effort by Onazi from the edge of the area is thwarted by the defence.
55' At the other end, a powerful shot byMichel Babatunde is blocked by Bosnia's keeper.
53' Bosnia's repeated crosses barely trouble the Nigerian backline.
51' Bosnia dominate possession, but they are still unable to break down Nigeria's defence.
48' Bosnia press forward in the early stages of the second half.
47' Will Nigeria be able to maintain theirrhythm? They were very energetic in an exciting first half.
The second half is underway
The referee blows his halftime whistle
45+1' The referee adds one minute of stoppage time.
45' A chance for Bosnia! Dzeko receives a pull-back from Pjanic with a powerful drive but it goes high over.
43' Two minutes remaining before halftime. Both sides ease off in the latter stages of the first half.
41' Nigeria are drawing cheers from the crowd with their intricate passing game.
38' Ahmed Musa works his way past a couple of defenders and tries his luck with a low shot that is saved by Bosnia keeperAsmir Begovic.
37' Emeinke carries on after briefly receiving treatment on the pitch.
34' Emenike muscles his way past any challenger down the right.
33' Nigeria are very lively tonight. They are exposing the Bosnian defensive gaps via their swift moves down the right flank.
30' Spahic's appeals to the referee are turned down.
29'Odemwingie opens the scoring in controversial fashion! Emenike appears to have pushedEmir Spahic on the right before going to the byline. He pulls the ball back to for the Stoke City striker to stroke home.
28' Both sides make naiive defensive mistakes.
27'Ogenyi Onazi needlessly shoots wide from a tight angle when he could have waited for his teammates to take good positions out wide.
25' It's en end-to-end clash. Both sides have their fair chances of breaking the deadlock.
24' Eneyama comes to Nigeria's rescue again! He pulls off an impressive save to block a powerful shot from the unmarked Dzeko.
23' Bosnia notably improve!Izet Hajrovic cuts inside from the left and hits a low shot that is collected by Nigeria keeper Vincent Eneyama.
21' Eden Dzeko finds the net! But his goal is ruled out for offside. He latches onto a defence-splitting pass and fires home from inside the area. Television replays shows that he was onside. The Man City striker is so unlucky.
19' A curling effort by Bosnia's Zvjezdan Misimovic misses the target.
18' AS Roma midfielderMiralem Pjanic is at the heart of most Bosnia's attacking attempts.
17' Nigeria's forwards are let down by the lack of some basic footballing skills. Musa fails to control the ball every time he is picked out by a cross.
16' Nigeria have the upper hand, moving the ball around smoothly and pouring forward en masse.
13' Nigeria threaten Bosnia following another swift move butMichel Babatunde is flagged for offside on the left.
11' John Obi Mikel sends a low shot from the edge of the area that narrowly misses the target. Nigeria are lively! Their forwards operate in great harmony upfront.
9' Ahmed Musa misses a chance to break clear! He is picked out by a superb chipped pass from Emenike but he fails to control the ball with the goal at his mercy.
8' A chance for Bosnia! Muhamed Besic's shot following a swift move goes just over the bar from the edge of the area.
7' Nigeria go close from the ensuing free-kick! Peter Odemwingie's superb free-kick narrowly misses the target after sailing over the Bosnian wall.
6' Bosnia'sHaris Medunjanin receives a yellow card for tripping Ahmed Musa, who was running towards the area.
5' The game looks promising in the first five minutes, which were fast-paced.
3' A shot by Nigeria's Ogenyi Onazi goes high over.
3' At the other end, Nigeria's lone striker Emmanuel Emenike controls a long ball inside the Bosnia area but the defence gives him little room for maneuver.
1' A Bosnian move down the right ends with a cross in the Nigerian area but the defence clears.
The match is underway
00:50 Both sides step onto the pitch for the customary pre-match national anthems
00:40 Emmanuel Emenike will spearhead the Super Eagle's attack tonight, supported by roving forward Peter Odemwingie.
00:30 Thirty minutes remaining before kick-off. What do you expect for the match?
00:05Bosnia's starting line-up: Asmir Begovic, Emir Spahic, Muhamed Besic, Miralem Pjanic, Zvjezdan Misimovic, Eden Dzeko, Mensur Mujdza, Toni Sunjic, Senad Lulic, Haris Medunjanin, Izet Hajrovic.
00:00Nigeria's starting line-up: Vincent Enyeama, Joseph Yobo, Efa Ambrose, Kenneth Omeruo, Ahmed Musa, Peter Odemwingie, Emmanuel Emenike, John Obi Mikel, Juwon Oshaniwa, Ogenyi Onazi, Michel Babatunde.
23:15 Tonight will mark the first ever game between Nigeria and Bosnia.
23:00 "We haven't shown everything we are capable of yet,'' Bosnia-Herzegovina coach Safet Susic said. I am convinced that we still have everything to play for.''
22:30''We know that beating Bosnia will not bring back the lives of all those who are dead,'' Emmanuel Attah, the team's coordinator, said, ''but then it is our own way of saying 'sorry for the loss.''
22:15 Nigeria's players are determined to succeed in Brazil in the wake of a suicide bombing attack against a World Cup viewing site in the northeast of their home country on Tuesday. Police say 14 people were killed and at least 26 wounded in the blast.
22:00 Nigeria played out a goalless draw with Iran in a dour opening game while Bosnia slumped to a 2-1 defeat by Argentina after putting in a brave fight.
21:45 Nigeria and Bosnia are boosted by Argentina's last-gasp 1-0 victory over Iran, which leaves Asia's best-ranked side with a solitary point from two matches. Nigeria will move second with four points behind Argentina if they beat Bosnia.
Venue: Arena Pantanal (Cuiaba, Mato Grosso))
Referee: P. O'Leary (New Zealand)
Assistants: I. Hintz (New Zealand), M. Rule (New Zealand)
Fourth official: R. Moreno (Panama)
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