With a late second-half goal that cut Argentina’s lead to one, Bosnia put up one heck of a fight at their first World Cup match. Alas, their efforts were for naught against an unstoppable Lionel Messi, who score a very pretty goal mid-game. Unfortunately, though, the draw wasn’t meant to be as Bosnia had already own-goaled at just three minutes into the game. (The southeastern European team set a World Cup fastest-time-ever record for that actually.) Here’s how the rest of the match broke down, according to FIFA’s official stats.
Argentina: 2, Sead Kolasinac with an own goal at 3′ and Lionel Messi at 65′
Bosnia: 1, Vedad Ibisevic at 85′
Shots on goal
Argentina: 55 percent
Bosnia: 45 percent
Argentina: 1, Marcos Rojo at 25′
Bosnia: 1, Emir Spahić at 63′