Ukraine, which is second in the qualifying group, rose to nine points with a tie, and Bosnia-Herzegovina is now fourth with seven points.
Ukraine and Bosnia and Herzegovina in the men’s soccer World Cup qualifiers ended in a draw on Tuesday night.
The countries play in the same European qualifying block D as Finland.
The opening goal of the match played in Kiev in the 15th minute was scored by the home team of Ukraine Andriy Yarmolenko. Bosnia-Herzegovina equalized in the second half of the match Anel Ahmedhodzic. An equalizing goal was close at hand, but 77 minutes into the game.
The match the final result means that Ukraine, which is second in the qualifying round, will rise to nine points when it has only one match left. Bosnia and Herzegovina is fourth in the block with six points and has two more matches left.
Finland is third in the block with eight points after the winning match against Kazakhstan on Tuesday night.
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Bosnia and Herzegovina will next meet in the block at its home field in Finland on 13 November.
In the final round of the block on 16 November, Bosnia and Herzegovina and Ukraine will meet again, this time at Bosnia and Herzegovina’s home ground.
Draw with this, the situation in qualifying block D is very interesting, when in principle Ukraine, Finland and Bosnia-Herzegovina, which are competing for the second place in the block, are only two points apart.
France holds the top spot in the block with 12 points. France’s knocking out of the group winner’s place and straight from the World Cup venue seems unlikely at the moment due to its good goal difference and remaining match schedule. In November, France will face Kazakhstan and Finland, which will live as a block jumbo.