Bosnia and Herzogovina
Making their World Cup Finals debut in Brazil this month are the European minnows Bosnia and Herzegovina who, despite their tiny population of just over 4 million, have been steadily going from strength to strength since their first officially recognized game as an independent state in 1995.They are the sole debutante on the game€s grandest stage this summer. After narrowly missing out on the 2010 tournament in South Africa (thanks to a home and away play-off loss to Portugal in qualifying), the Dragons cemented their place this time around in convincing fashion. After topping their group with one of the highest goal scoring records in European qualifying, we think Bosnia-Herzegovina€s €$ark horse€`label at the upcoming tournament is well justified. Show your support for Asmir Begovi, Edin D~eko, Miralem Pjanic and the rest of the squad. For official Bosnia-Herzegovina 2014 FIFA World Cup gear, visit the Bosnia-Herzegovina FIFA World Cup Official Licensed Products.