Meeting of two teams from the First League of the FBiH was played within the eighth finals of the Cup of BiH. Bosna Sema won with the score 6: 0 against Radnicki from Lukavac.
With this victory, Bosna Sema is just step away from the quarter-finals, as they have huge advantage before the return match, which is scheduled for next Wednesday. If they manage to qualify for the quarter-finals, it will be a historic achievement for a club that was founded in May 2014.
Coach of Bosna Sema, Emir Alihodzic, in the first time included: Poracanin, Tahiri, Sinanovic, Muharemovic, Djedovic, Varatanovic, Mujic, Catic, Mujic, Vladavic, Palic and Duda. On the other side played Smajic, Bektic, Jahic, Kuduzovic, Kasumovic, Cosic, Aljukic, Dautovic, Saletovic, Salihovic and Memic.
At the end of September, Bosna Sema lost from Radnicki at Kosevo with the score 4: 3 so this match, in some way, represents a revenge for that defeat.
The host took over the control on the field, but there were no goals in the first half an hour. Captain Nihad Mujic took Bosna Semi to lead in 33rd minute, and two minutes later Haris Muharemovic scored for 2: 0. The score remained the same until the end of the first part of the match.
Almost the same thing happened in the second half. After 49 minutes, Alden Vladavic scored for 3: 0, and Bosna Sema continued its dominance that was rounded by Bajro Spahic (82′), Mirsad Djedovic (85′) and Muharemovic (89′) with his second goal in the match. The result at the end of the match was 6: 0 as the most convincing result at this stage of the competition.
Bosna Sema came to the eighth finals by knocking out Celik (1: 0) on Bilino Polje in Zenica, while Radnicki win against Drina from Zvornik with 3: 1.
Schedule and results of the first matches of the eight finals:
Orasje – Travnik 1:1
Sarajevo – Kozara 3:1
Sloboda – Siroki Brijeg 1:0
Mladost DK – Slavija 6.1
Rudar Kakanj – Radnik Bijeljina 0:1
Zrinjski – Velez 3:0
Zeljeznicar – Gorazde 5:1
Bosna Sema – Radnicki 6:0
(Source: O. T./Klix.ba)