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Safet Susic has been sacked as Bosnia-Herzegovina coach after a dreadful start to their European Championship qualifying campaign.
Sunday's 3-0 defeat to Israel saw winless Bosnia-Herzegovina slump to second-from-bottom in Group B with just two points from their four matches, and the Bosnia and Herzegovina Football Federation has decided a change is in order to arrest the national team's poor run of form.
"Safet Susic has been released from duty, which applies to his assistants Borceta Sredojevica, Elvira Baljic and Tomislav Piplica," a statement on the federation's website said.
Wales have been drawn in Group B alongside top seeds Bosnia-Herzegovina. Scotland, meanwhile, face Germany, a much tougher task.
Manchester City striker Sergio Aguero scored twice as Argentina defeated Bosnia-Herzegovina 2-0 in the United States in their final game of 2013.
Despite fielding five defenders in St Louis, Argentina continued to show frailties at the back but looked impressive in attack thanks to Rodrigo Palacio and, in particular, Aguero, who scored either side of half-time.
Man City striker Edin Dzeko captured these incredible scenes in Sarajevo from the team bus after Bosnia qualified for their first ever World Cup last night.
Thousands of Bosnians headed to the airport to wait for their heroes to arrive back from Lithuania, where a 1-0 win was enough to secure qualification for Brazil next summer.
Visit Dzeko's Instagram page to watch more videos and images like the one above.