The photo is symbolic (foto: pigac.si)
During a football match in Luxembourg, Bosnia and Herzegovina fans, dismayed by their team's performance, threw flares onto the pitch and demanded the resignation of their football federation's leadership.
The incident marked a shocking display of fan unrest and protest against the national team's management.
The incident began in the sixth minute of the match when Luxembourg surprisingly took the lead against Bosnia and Herzegovina. As the game progressed, it became evident that this was not a fluke but a true reflection of the power dynamics between the two teams. The match concluded with a convincing 4-1 victory for Luxembourg.
Before the second goal was scored against them, Bosnian fans caused a game interruption by throwing flares onto the field. This act of protest was directed against the leadership of the Bosnia and Herzegovina Football Federation. The fans also displayed a banner that read: "NSBiH, 0% football, 100% crime."
This is not the first time Bosnian fans have expressed their discontent in such a manner. In October, a similar incident occurred during a match against Liechtenstein, where the game was interrupted as a form of protest against the federation's leadership.
The situation raises serious concerns about fan behavior and the underlying issues within the Bosnia and Herzegovina Football Federation. The federation, along with the broader football community, will need to address these issues to prevent future incidents and restore faith in the sport's governance.