Nigeria Vs Bosnia And Herzegovina

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World Cup gallery: Nigeria vs Bosnia-Herzegovina

22 June 2014 | 1:45 am Nigeria and Bosnia-Herzegovina.

Nigeria vs. Bosnia and Herzegovina: Final score 1-0, Super Eagles eliminate Dragons

22 June 2014 | 12:10 am Nigeria eliminated Bosnia and Herzegovina from the World Cup with a narrow win in Cuiab. Nigeria eliminated Bosnia and Herzegovina from the World Cup with a 1-0 win in Cuiab on Saturday. A first-half goal from Peter Odemwingie was enough for the Super Eagles to take victory and end the Dragons' hopes of making the knockout stage. It was a tight game throughout, and only Bosnia's leaky defence …

Nigeria vs. Bosnia-Herzegovina: World Cup Group F Score, Grades and Reaction

22 June 2014 | 12:04 am Bosnia-Herzegovina became the latest European side to crash out of the 2014 World Cup after falling to a 1-0 defeat to Nigeria in Group F on Saturday. With Spain and England already on the way home, the Bosnians became the third from the continent thanks to Peter Odemwingies goal. Bosnia felt a sense of injustice after their loss to Argentina in the opening game. There was a similar feeling, as …

Nigeria vs. Bosnia and Herzegovina: Final score 1-0, Super Eagles …

21 June 2014 | 11:50 pm Nigeria eliminated Bosnia and Herzegovina from the World Cup with a narrow 1-0 win in Cuiab.

Nigeria vs. Bosnia and Herzegovina, 2014 World Cup: Super Eagles …

21 June 2014 | 9:57 pm Thanks to some controversial officiating and brilliant goalkeeping by Vincent Enyeama, Nigeria defeated Bosnia and Herzegovina 1-0, knocking the Bosnians out of the World Cup.

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  • BO$NIAN says:

    Soccer Fans…some Predictions Here For WC? Which teams will pass the first round
    Group A
    my prediction Brazil/Mexico**

    Group B
    ** Spain/Holland

    Group C
    Ivory Coast
    ** Colombia/Greece

    Group D
    costa rica
    ** Uruguay/Italy (Sorry britts its just my opinion )

    Group E
    ** France/Switzerland

    Group F
    ** Argentina/Bosnia (IMO it will a tuff game for second spot Bosnia vs Nigeria)

    Group G
    United States
    ** Germany/Portugal (US might surprise Portugal)

    Group H
    south korea
    ** Belgium/Russia
    Im not bias Im predicting. Your Croatia barely beat Iceland in playoffs. You are not passing the group.
    BTW Im Bosniak

    • Curator says:

      Group A: Brazil (9pts), Mexico (4pts), Croatia (3pts), Cameroon (1pt)
      Group B: Spain (7 pts), Chile (5pts), Holland (4pts), Australia (0pts)
      Group C: Colombia (9pts), Japan (6pts), Ivory Coast (1pt), Greece (1pt)
      Group D: Italy (7pts), Uruguay (7pts), England (1pt), Costa Rica (1pt)
      Group E: Ecuador (7pts), France (5pts), Switzerland (4pts), Honduras (0pts)
      Group F: Argentina (9pts), Nigeria (4pts), Bosnia (2pts), Iran (1pt)
      Group G: Germany (9pts), Portugal (6pts), USA (1pt), Ghana (1pt)
      Group H: Belgium (9pts), South Korea (4pts), Russia (4pts), Algeria (0pts)

  • Rod O says:

    World Cup… Who Will Survive The Group Stages? Analysing the FIFA rankings and lists…. Some groups I can see who will go through while others are harder, however I believe

    Group A…. Good solid group
    Brazil should go through, expecting 3-0
    Mexico vs. Croatia will determine 2nd place as Cameroon I see as weakest… Mexico 2nd

    Group B…. Tough Tough Group
    Australia I’m saying as an Aussie 4th….
    Spain ranked #1, Netherlands #8 & Chile #12
    …. Competitive but think 1st Spain as I see more talent in their team out of the group… 2nd Chile, think being South America will have its advantage…

    Group C… Open group anything can happen
    I seriously believe this group is that even maybe a win & a draw enough to see you through… Think based just on opinion only
    Colombia 1st.. Ivory Coast 2nd.. No surprises

    Group D… Group of Death, Toughest
    This group has it all…. Italy cannot rely on defensive style gameplay as might come down to goals…. no team can rely on thinking Costa Rica will be a win because they will make every team earn a win…. Thinking
    Uruguay 1 win, 2 draws…. England 1 win, 2 draws…. Italy 3 draws, C Rica 1 draw, 2 loss

    Group E…. Maybe the group top seed doesn’t go through…. ill be quick on this one France 1st, Ecuador 2nd…. again no surprises

    Group F….. Ill be quick with this group
    Argentina 3-0…. Rest of group will fight it out… I think maybe Nigeria over Bosnia & Iran just based on World Cup experience

    Group G…. I believe this group quality just as tough as Groups B&D… However
    Germany confident in giving 1st…
    Ghana, USA & Portugal fight out 2nd spot but based on 1 reason ill give 2nd to Portugal, its Cristiano Ronaldo

    Group H… Weakest group of tournament so ill just say
    Belgium 3-0…. 1st
    Algeria, Russia & Korea hmmmmm I think Russia only because of Higher ranking

    A. Brazil, Mexico
    B. Spain, Chile
    C. Colombia, Ivory Coast
    D. Uruguay, England
    E. France, Ecuador
    F. Argentina, Nigeria
    G. Germany, Portugal
    H. Belgium, Russia

    What are your tips? For each group

    • Curator says:

      Who will advance from the 8 World Cup groups?

      Group A: Brazil and Mexico
      I agree, Mexico and Croatia will fight for second place. Brazil could be first in this group, or Mexico can be a factor in the first group and surprise. Anything will happen.

      Group B: Spain and the Netherlands
      Tough to predict who will advance from this group of death, but Chile can surprise anybody out of this group and advance due to their South American advantage. Australia could like score some goals in this World Cup.

      Group C: Colombia and Japan
      Three teams who could make a surprise for Colombia in the group. Greece have a tough defending position, Ivory Coast have very fast forwards, and Japan play fast and are athletic. Can’t underestimate Colombia, because they are a very skilled nation and could be Group C leaders.

      Group D: Uruguay and Italy
      This is a very tough to predict who will advance from this group of death. Three former World Cup champions, and only one of these will exit early from the group stages. England could only make a few surprises from this group, and only win against Costa Rica. Costa Rica are a scrub team and they will be eliminated from the group phase. Uruguay could surprise Italy because the Celeste have a South American advantage. Or Italy could score 2 goals on the Uruguayans. Anything could happen in this.

      Group E: France and Ecuador
      One of the weak groups in the 2014 World Cup. There won’t be any surprises in the group, but top seeds Switzerland could be eliminated.

      Group F: Argentina and Bosnia
      Argentina will get all 9 points in this group, Bosnia-Herzegovina and Nigeria will fight for second place. Bosnia could make a surprise in Group F.

      Group G: Germany and Portugal
      Another group of death, Germany could get all of the 9 points they need. Portugal with Cristiano Ronaldo could defeat Ghana and United States…Germany and Portugal are 2 strong European nations who will advance from this group.

      Group H: Belgium and Russia
      This is one of the weakest groups of the 2014 World Cup tournament. Belgium will be in first place and Russia will be in second place.

  • We Fear The Worst Because Of How We Play? As we have seen. We have been placed

    Pot 1 Pot 2
    Spain Japan
    Germany Iran
    Argentina South Korea
    Colombia Australia
    Belgium USA
    Uruguay Mexico
    Switzerland Costa Rica
    Brazil Honduras

    Pot 3Pot 4
    Chile Netherlands
    Ecuador Italy
    Cote d’Ivoire England
    Ghana Portugal
    Algeria Greece
    Nigeria Bosnia-Herzegovina
    Cameroon Croatia
    France Russia

    I did 4 Simluations and this is what i got

    1)Group E: Game depends on Nigeria and Greece


    2)Group F – PASS

    3)Group D: Game depends on Russia


    4) Game depends on Greece


    5) – Not pass

    We played bad, and yes we do still play bad. I personally don’t believe Miguel Herrera is a bad coach, but i do not believe he should be the coach for the 2014 World Cup. Miguel Herrera is known for his great leading of America. Although, He is the man with one title. Our goal is to win the World Cup. I personally think we should have another coach we great amount of experience.
    I still think we should have kept Vucetich. The man with 11 out of the 12 finals won. He has a great amount of experiance.

    Yes, Herrera won New Zealand and Televisa has fooled the people thinking he saved mexico. Chepo’s mexico could have done the same thing without trouble. “America America America”. They are a great team but not the NT and should not be the NT. Only a few players i see as Sambueza and Raul J, and Maybe Layun. The rest i do not believe should be in the NT. Herrera knows he cannot play with all of them, it would be such a mistake. We have players like Gio,Guardado,Aquino,Chicharito,Oribe,Reyna,Vela,Tecatitio who are very good.

    There’s a difference between Good players and bad. No matter what style the coach tells them to play, They will play good. We will remember the time Aguilar played with Chepo’s Mexico vs. Jamaica and failed greatly, As with Herrera. He played great and no trouble. That’s a diffence between him. The second another coach comes. He will not perform as great. Same situation with Raul..He didn’t perform great with Chepo but perform great with his teams It common.

    I really like Oribe..No matter what team he is in. He plays great. No trouble. He does it all. Saved mexico countless times.

    Personally if it comes to the way Herrera plays…It’s not bad..It’s not good either..but it works.

    But i do not think he’s the right coach. Herrera should continue coaching teams until he has way more experience, Then he will be ready to coach a World Cup
    We are scared even with Herrera, We should have a coach that we should feel good with. We say we wont get pass group stage cause we PERSONALLY know that we wont with Herrera.

    With Javier A(Espanyol) or Vucetich,I would feel more safer with. More better,way better.

    I still do not like Vela for leaving mexico and not joining them and they were on the point of being gone from the world cup. But no player wants to miss the world cup, and no fans want to miss the best player in a world cup. Eventully we’ll come to a soluation.

    DOWN WITH MEXICAN FEDERATION MAFIA~~~~~~Televisa swaggg lol jk

    I still vote Vucetich hands down..

    • Curator says:

      The thing is vucetich was expected to bring instant results, Piojo got time to work with his players so i believe Vuce rightfully deserves to get his job……i like piojo, i really do but when you only win 1 torneo and for most of your coaching career you only make like 1 final compared to someone who has won a lot of championships like vuce, you know youre not ready to coach a national team into the world cup

  • Ori c says:

    Isn’t The World Being A Hypocrite Considering These Facts And Statistics? Conflicts since 1950 with over 10,000 Fatalities*

    1 40,000,000 Red China, 1949-76 (outright killing, manmade famine, Gulag)

    2 10,000,000 Soviet Bloc: late Stalinism, 1950-53; post-Stalinism, to 1987 (mostly Gulag)

    3 4,000,000 Ethiopia, 1962-92: Communists, artificial hunger, genocides

    4 3,800,000 Zaire (Congo-Kinshasa): 1967-68; 1977-78; 1992-95; 1998-present

    5 2,800,000 Korean war, 1950-53

    6 1,900,000 Sudan, 1955-72; 1983-2006 (civil wars, genocides)

    7 1,870,000 Cambodia: Khmer Rouge 1975-79; civil war 1978-91

    8 1,800,000 Vietnam War, 1954-75

    9 1,800,000 Afghanistan: Soviet and internecine killings, Taliban 1980-2001

    10 1,250,000 West Pakistan massacres in East Pakistan (Bangladesh 1971)

    11 1,100,000 Nigeria, 1966-79 (Biafra); 1993-present

    12 1,100,000 Mozambique, 1964-70 (30,000) + after retreat of Portugal 1976-92

    13 1,000,000 Iran-Iraq-War, 1980-88

    14 900,000 Rwanda genocide, 1994

    15 875,000 Algeria: against France 1954-62 (675,000); between Islamists and the government 1991-2006 (200,000)

    16 850,000 Uganda, 1971-79; 1981-85; 1994-present

    17 650,000 Indonesia: Marxists 1965-66 (450,000); East Timor, Papua, Aceh etc, 1969-present (200,000)

    18 580,000 Angola: war against Portugal 1961-72 (80,000); after Portugal’s retreat (1972-2002)

    19 500,000 Brazil against its Indians, up to 1999

    20 430,000 Vietnam, after the war ended in 1975 (own people; boat refugees)

    21 400,000 Indochina: against France, 1945-54

    22 400,000 Burundi, 1959-present (Tutsi/Hutu)

    23 400,000 Somalia, 1991-present

    24 400,000 North Korea up to 2006 (own people)

    25 300,000 Kurds in Iraq, Iran, Turkey, 1980s-1990s

    26 300,000 Iraq, 1970-2003 (Saddam against minorities)

    27 240,000 Columbia, 1946-58; 1964-present

    28 200,000 Yugoslavia, Tito regime, 1944-80

    29 200,000 Guatemala, 1960-96

    30 190,000 Laos, 1975-90

    31 175,000 Serbia against Croatia, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Kosovo, 1991-1999

    32 150,000 Romania, 1949-99 (own people)

    33 150,000 Liberia, 1989-97

    34 140,000 Russia against Chechnya, 1994-present

    35 150,000 Lebanon civil war, 1975-90

    36 140,000 Kuwait War, 1990-91

    37 130,000 Philippines: 1946-54 (10,000); 1972-present (120,000)

    38 130,000 Burma/Myanmar, 1948-present

    39 100,000 North Yemen, 1962-70

    40 100,000 Sierra Leone, 1991-present

    41 100,000 Albania, 1945-91 (own people)

    42 80,000 Iran, 1978-79 (revolution)

    43 75,000 Iraq, 2003-present (domestic)

    44 75,000 El Salvador, 1975-92

    45 70,000 Eritrea against Ethiopia, 1998-2000

    46 68,000 Sri Lanka, 1997-present

    47 60,000 Zimbabwe, 1966-79; 1980-present

    48 60,000 Nicaragua, 1972-91 (Marxists/natives etc,)

    49 51,000 Arab-Israeli conflict 1950-present

    50 50,000 North Vietnam, 1954-75 (own people)

    51 50,000 Tajikistan, 1992-96 (secularists against Islamists)

    52 50,000 Equatorial Guinea, 1969-79

    53 50,000 Peru, 1980-2000

    54 50,000 Guinea, 1958-84

    55 40,000 Chad, 1982-90

    56 30,000 Bulgaria, 1948-89 (own people)

    57 30,000 Rhodesia, 1972-79

    58 30,000 Argentina, 1976-83 (own people)

    59 27,000 Hungary, 1948-89 (own people)

    60 26,000 Kashmir independence, 1989-present

    61 25,000 Jordan government vs. Palestinians, 1970-71 (Black September)

    62 22,000 Poland, 1948-89 (own people)

    63 20,000 Syria, 1982 (against Islamists in Hama)

    64 20,000 Chinese-Vietnamese war, 1979

    65 19,000 Morocco: war against France, 1953-56 (3,000) and in Western Sahara, 1975-present (16,000)

    66 18,000 Congo Republic, 1997-99

    67 10,000 South Yemen, 1986 (civil war)

    *All figures rounded. Sources: Brzezinski, Z., Out of Control: Global Turmoil on the Eve of the Twenty-first Century, 1993; Courtois, S., Le Livre Noir du Communism, 1997; Heinsohn, G., Lexikon der Völkermorde, 1999, 2nd ed.; Heinsohn, G., Söhne und Weltmacht, 2006, 8th ed.; Rummel. R., Death by Government, 1994; Small, M. and Singer, J.D., Resort to Arms: International and Civil Wars 1816-1980, 1982; White, M., “Death Tolls for the Major Wars and Atrocities of the Twentieth Century,” 2003.

    This grisly inventory finds the total number of deaths in conflicts since 1950 numbering about 85,000,000. Of that sum, the deaths in the Arab-Israeli conflict since 1950 include 32,000 deaths due to Arab state attacks and 19,000 due to Palestinian attacks, or 51,000 in all. Arabs make up roughly 35,000 of these dead and Jewish Israelis make up 16,000.

    These figures mean that deaths Arab-Israeli fighting since 1950 amount to just 0.06 percent of the total number of deaths in all conflicts in that period. More graphically, only 1 out of about 1,700 persons killed in conflicts since 1950 has died due to Arab-Israeli fighting.

    (Adding the 11,000 killed in the Israeli war of independence, 1947-49, made up of 5,000 Arabs and 6,000 Israeli Jews, does not significantly alter these figures.)

    In a different perspective, some 11,000,000 Muslims have been violently killed since

    • Curator says:

      Chinese killed in civil war in the 20th century 100,000,000.

      Looking at the negative only can be depressing. With the figures you have posted, the world is killing itself off?More people ALIVE than ever.

      While there are more killings than ever, there have never been this many people. FEWER people have died in the 20th century as a percentage as opposed to overall numbers?

      How many died violently in war in the 19th, 18th, or 17th century as a PERCENTAGE of the overall population? Before you can judge those of the 20th century fairly, you must make fair comparisons with ALL the other centuries.

      Look at the War of the Roses (this long civil war in England decimated the population).

      make fair statistical comparisons ………even the figures themselves are suspect and cannot be determined sometimes

  • Wc 2010 International Friendlies Prediction (19th November)pt.2?
    greece vs italy
    slovenia vs bosnia and herzegovina
    austria vs turkey
    luxembourg vs belgium
    switzerland vs finland
    germany vs england
    netherlands vs sweden
    northern ireland vs hungary
    france vs uruguay
    republic of ireland vs poland
    scotland vs argentina
    spain vs chile

    venezuela vs angora
    brazil vs portugal
    colombia vs nigeria

    • Curator says:

      Greece vs italy 0- 1
      slovenia vs bosnia and herzegovina 2-0
      austria vs turkey 1-3
      luxembourg vs belgium 0-3
      switzerland vs finland 2-2
      germany vs england 1-1
      netherlands vs sweden 3-2
      northern ireland vs hungary 2-0
      france vs uruguay 3-0
      republic of ireland vs poland 2-2
      scotland vs argentina 1-3
      spain vs chile 4-0

      venezuela vs angora 4-0
      brazil vs portugal2-3
      colombia vs nigeria 1-1

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