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Bosnia-Herzegovina Faces Argentina In First Ever World Cup Game

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Bosnia And Croatia Find Support In Unlikely Quarters For Soccer World Cup

At the World Cup this year, the only Balkan teams competing in Brazil -- Bosnia and Croatia -- can count on noisy support from some unlikely quarters.
Bosnia-Herzegovina is playing its first game ever in a World Cup tournament on June 15, going up against former world champions Argentina in their opening Group F match.

Bosnia-Herzegovina’s attack is led by Edin Dzeko, a striker for Manchester City who scored 30 goals during the qualifying matches to help bring the team to the 2014 World Cup in Brazil.
 
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Other games scheduled for Bosnia-Herzegovina in its Group F play are against Nigeria on June 21 and Iran on June 25.

Group E opening games on June 15 feature France against Honduras and Switzerland against Ecuador.
 
Based on reporting by Reuters, AP, and AFP

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