The “A” national team of Bosnia and Herzegovina will play a friendly match with the national team of Iran in our country on 12th November.
BiH and Iran have met 6 times so far. Five matches were friendly, while the only competitive match was played at the 2014 World Cup in Brazil.
Iran is more successful in mutual matches, because it achieved 4 victories, while one match ended in a draw. The BH team achieved its only victory against Iran at the World Cup in Brazil.
These national teams met for the first time on 22nd July 2001 in Bihać, when they played tie 2:2. Goals for Bosnia and Herzegovina were scored by Sead Seferović in the 7th, and Miroslav Dujmović in the 10th, while Dinmohammadi in the 16th and Fatemi in the 90th minute scored for Iran.
In the next 4 matches, Iran won. First at the Azadi Sport Stadium in Tehran on 10.08.2001 with the result 4:0 (Hasheminasab 5th and 90th, Karimi 65th, Daei 87th minute), then on 02.02.2005 at the same venue with 2:1 (Daei 38th, Borhani 74th – Elvir Bolić 18th minute).
The Azadi Sport Stadium hosted the fourth mutual duel between B&H and Iran on 31.05.2006. Iran then won 5:2. The national team of Bosnia and Herzegovina had a 2:0 advantage in that match with goals scored by Zvjezdan Misimović in the 4th and Sergej Barbarez in the 17th minute, but the Iranians reversed the result through Mehrzad Madanchi (26th), Rahman Rezaei (45th), Vahid Hashemian 46th), Rezaa Enayatia (89th) and Rasoula Khatibia (90th minute).
The fifth match was played at the Asim Ferhatović-Hase Stadium in Sarajevo on 12.08.2009. And then Bosnia and Herzegovina took the lead with 2:0 with scored goals by Edin Džeko in the 52nd and 65th minute, but in the end, they were defeated with 2:3. Goals for Iran were scored by Shojaei Masoud in the 79th, Borhani Arash in the 86th and Teymouriian Andrenik in the 90th minute.
The last mutual match of these teams was played on 25.06.2014 at the Fonte Nova Arena in El Salvador (Brazil) in the 3rd round of Group F of the World Cup. Bosnia and Herzegovina won 3:1, and the goals were scored by Edin Džeko in the 23rd, Miralem Pjanić in the 59th and Avdija Vršajević in the 83rd minute. The only goal for Iran was scored by Reza Ghoochannejad in the 82nd minute.