# Bosnia-Herzegovina

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# point apiece
Sligo youngster on target as Ireland close in on qualification for elite round
Johnny Kenny opened the scoring but Tom Mohan’s side had to settle for a draw against Bosnia.
# Great expectations
'I’d like to think I’d be ready now' - Kilkenny eyeing Ireland senior call-up
The 21-year-old has impressed for Bournemouth this season.
# Potential
Aston Villa teenager delighted with first Ireland U21 goal
Tyreik Wright was on target in the impressive win over Bosnia.
# Boost
Ireland U21s make winning start to Euros qualifying campaign
Second-half goals from Tyreik Wright and Conor Coventry earned Jim Crawford’s side the three points.
# brace
Liverpool star fires Dutch top to give De Boer first win
A Georginio Wijnaldum double was key to a 3-1 win over Bosnia & Herzegovina.
'There has not been anything that has the equation of: it’s Northern Ireland or Stoke' - O'Neill
He has been known for his acute attention to detail, but given the intense schedule of the Championship, translating that to club football has not been easy.
# Out the door
Ireland's potential Euro 2020 play-off final opponents part company with manager Prosinecki
Bosnia-Herzegovina have confirmed the departure of the legendary Croatian midfielder ahead of their meeting with Northern Ireland in March.
# fyi
Ireland set for away Euro 2020 play-off final if they beat Slovakia
Mick McCarthy’s side will face either Bosnia or Northern Ireland, provided they win their semi-final.
# Permutations
Here's how Ireland could still qualify for Euro 2020 if they lose to Denmark
The Boys in Green are likely to get another chance even if they fall short at the Aviva Stadium next month.
# No nerves
Watch: Ireland striker Troy Parrott pulls off cheeky panenka penalty
The Tottenham forward was on target in today’s U19 European Championship qualifier with Bosnia & Herzegovina.
# Superb achievement
Ireland progress to U17 Euros quarter-final as Spurs youngster Troy Parrott strikes again
Colin O’Brien’s side earned a 2-0 win over Bosnia & Herzegovina this afternoon, with Norwich City striker Adam Idah also on the scoresheet.
# Preview
Ireland are one game away from sealing their place in the Euro U17 quarter-finals
The Boys in Green take on Bosnia tomorrow afternoon knowing a draw will be good enough to progress.
# Pastures new
Croatian footballing legend appointed as Bosnia's national coach
Robert Prosinecki is replacing Mehmed Bazdarevic following his failure in World Cup qualifiers.
# Belgium
Belgium do Ireland a big favour against Bosnia-Herzegovina (now it's over to you, Cyprus)
If Greece fail to win in Cyprus this evening, Ireland’s fate will be in their own hands.
# Boost
Ireland U17s keep Euros hopes alive with vital win over Bosnia
Goals from Rowan Roache and Adam Idah either side of a Nemanja Vještica effort earned the Boys in Green a much-needed victory.
# naughty boy
Edin Dzeko sent off for pulling down opponent's shorts
The Roma forward was caught up in a truly bizarre incident with Greece’s centre-back during the Group H encounter.
# doubt
Martin O'Neill admits uncertainty over Ireland future
The 63-year-old coach guided his side to France via the play-offs earlier this year.
# Opinion
O'Neill's greatest feat isn't getting Ireland to the Euros -- it's making people love the team again
The Boys in Green beat Bosnia earlier this week to secure their spot in France.
# Opinion
3 winners and 3 losers from Ireland's latest international week
We assess the players whose repuations were enhanced, as well as those whose position within the squad has been weakened.
# Analysis
How Jon Walters has become a vital cog in Martin O’Neill’s Green Machine
We take an in-depth look at the Irish striker’s performance against Bosnia the other night.
# Remember when
7 of Ireland's most perfect days on home soil
The defeat of Holland in 2001 and other memorable occasions for the Boys in Green.
# sour grapes
'The referee was 70-30 in favour of the Irish', says Edin Dzeko
The star striker felt Bjorn Kuipers’ performance left a lot to be desired.
# Alternative View
The international media reaction to Ireland's Euro 2016 qualification
Daily Mail reporter Ian Ladyman described the game as Martin O’Neill’s “moment of triumph”.
# Comment
Isn't it great to feel great again?
It’s not too long ago when the future seemed incredibly bleak.
# fyi
Could the Republic play the North and all you need to know about Euro 2016
Also, when does the draw take place and how does the 24-team format work.
# simplicity
'Win the game' - Darren Randolph on Martin O'Neill's pre-match team talk
The Irish team avoided the temptation of playing for a 0-0 draw against Bosnia last night.
# We're there
5 talking points from Ireland's play-off victory over Bosnia-Herzegovina
O’Neill gets his tactics spot on as Ireland clinch a place at Euro 2016, while Bosnia prove to be toothless.
# Opinion
Ireland deserve credit for their Euros qualification, but let's not get carried away this time
Martin O’Neill’s men secured their passage to France after beating Bosnia-Herzegovina 2-0 last night.
# Complaint
'The referee had a terrible night' - Bosnia coach
Björn Kuipers awarded Ireland what looked a dubious penalty in the first half.
# Spirited
'It’s the nights that you live for' - O'Neill thrilled for 'fantastic bunch of players' and 'exceptional' Walters
Ireland’s manager also singled out right-hand man Roy Keane for his contribution throughout the campaign.
# Reaction
'As long as we're not in Saipan we'll be alright' - Roy Keane on Euros qualification
The Corkonian had high praise for Ireland’s two-goal hero Jon Walters.
Ireland v Bosnia, Euro 2016 play-off
Ireland took on Bosnia, with a place in France next summer up for grabs
# Superman
Here's the goal that secured Ireland's place at the Euros
Jon Walters’ second ensured a famous win for the Boys in Green.
# Starting XI
Just one change as O'Neill names his team for tonight's all-or-nothing Euro 2016 play-off
Ireland’s hopes of qualification for next year’s finals in France hang in the balance going into the second leg against Bosnia-Herzegovina.
# Impressive
Bosnian fans have arrived in Dublin and are rapidly taking over the city
It promises to be a superb atmosphere at the Aviva Stadium this evening.
# Preview
Is Keane set for last competitive game at the Aviva and more Ireland-Bosnia talking points?
Also, will Džeko be fit and can the Irish team keep hold of the ball.
# this is the end
'It wasn't working any more and we didn't have anywhere to go after that'
The end of the Jack Charlton era came in a play-off twenty years ago, when it was a very odd time for Irish football.
# Analysis
The substitution that changes tonight's Ireland-Bosnia game
The Boys in Green’s encouraging 1-1 draw in Zenica was not without its problems.
# winner takes all
Martin O'Neill 'proud' of his side as Ireland stand on verge of Euro 2016 qualification
The stakes couldn’t be any higher as Ireland’s day of destiny has arrived.
# Careful Now
Long and O'Shea back in training but Martin O'Neill wary of expecting too much
The pair haven’t played much football in recent weeks.