The Malta women’s Under-19 national team lost 0-4 to Bosnia-Herzegovina in the last game from Group 6 of the UEFA Women’s Under-19 qualifying round mini-tournament which was held in Serbia.
Bosnia-Herzegovina, who were seeking their first points, managed to take a two-goal lead by the end of the first half thanks to a brace by Sara Brkić on the 23rd and 37th. Six minutes in the second half, Alma Kamerić made it 3-0 and Antonela Radeljić sealed the issue with a fourth goal five minutes from time.
Therefore Malta, in its first adventure in this competition, ended its commitments with one point from three matches.
MALTA Janice Xuereb, Charlene Cassia, Shona Zammit, Sonia Schembri (46′ Martina Cilia), Ann Muscat, Amber Grech, Jade Flask (63′ Raina Giusti), Martina Borg, Alishia Sultana, Brenda Borg, Moddy-Ann Refalo (77′ Cassandra Camilleri).
BOSNIA Envera Hasanbegović, Vanja Duronjić, Nataša Ivković (89′ Bojana Trbulin), Antonela Radeljić, Alma Felić, Sara Brkić (87′ Selma Kapetanović), Monika Kuliš, Alma Kamerić, Andjela Šešlija (77′ Merima Tanović), Melisa Hasanbegović, Vukica Mićanović.
Referee: Kristina Husballe (DEN)