The small Balkan nation of Bosnia is going to its first ever World Cup. Twenty years after suffering Europe’s most brutal conflict since WWII and only a month after extreme floods, the country could use some good news. Many Bosnian players survived family tragedies during the war, and the side’s star striker, Edin Dzeko, dodged death at least once as a child. The resilient Bosnian squad is going into soccer’s biggest tournament as an underdog, but with nothing to lose and hopes of a miracle.
Source: The Telegraph