Bosnia Hercegovina head coach thanks Brazilians for their support in Argentina loss75,000 crammed into the Maracana for its first 2014 World Cup fixture
Bosnia Hercegovina head coach Safet Susic has declared himself happy with his side's first World Cup match, played last night at the historic Maracana in Rio de Janeiro- and thanked the host nation's fans for getting behind the World Cup debutants.
Susic's men went down 2-1 in the end to a slightly lacklustre Argentina team and were affored some partisan support from the 'neutrals' at the iconic ground, and the boss said after the game: "We knew that a part of the public, especially the Brazilians, would cheer for us, and I mentioned it to my team."
"We were greeted in a phenomenal way. I want to thank them for their support and hope not to disappoint them, but I want to ensure that you have not seen the best of us."
Bosnia's second match at the World Cup comes on Saturday against Nigeria in Cuiaba.