75 min: Djulovic cuts in from the left and picks up a wonderful Edin Visca 60-yard cross from deep. He beats a defender and curls the ball past Bailey Peacock-Farrell, only to see his fine effort hit the upright. A let-off for Northern Ireland.
73 min: Liam Boyce sends a cross into the Bosnia penalty area, where Craig Cathcart steers it goalwards with a deft back-heel. His effort is intercepted and Bosnia clear their lines.
70 min: Stuart Dallas picks up a pass into the penalty area from Steven Davis, but his attempt to drill the ball across the face of Bosnia’s goal is intercepted by the substitute Rade Krunic, who had tracked his run.
69 min: Northern Ireland double-substitution: Will Grigg and Liam Boyce on for Kyle Lafferty and Conor McLaughlin. Northern Ireland switch to a back three with two wing-backs and two strikers.
68 min: Bosnia substitution: Elvis Saric off after scoring an opportunistic goal, Rade Krunic on. Elvis has left the building.
66 min: Well that’s a shame for Northern Ireland. Craig Cathcart sells his goalkeeper short with a headed back-pass, allowing Elvis Saric to nip in and nick the ball before slotting home into an empty net.
GOAL! Northern Ireland 0-2 Bosnia and Herzegovina
Oh dear. With Northern Ireland dominating again, a horrendous defensive blender allows Bosnia and Herzegovina to double their lead.
63 min: Stuart Dallas and Niall McGinn link up well down the left flank and McGinn pulls a low cross towards the near post, where it’s cleared. Lafferty wanted it at the back stick and was unable to get across to convert the delivery. Had he done so, it would have been a remarkably similar goal to Bosnia’s opener.
61 min: Staurt Dallas releases Lewis down the left touchline and the youngster pulls the ball back into the penalty, but it’s cleared. Moments later, Lewis is penalised harshly as he tries to get the ball back into the penalty area.
59 min: Edin Visca goes down injured after a tackle from Jamal Lewis, who’s been very impressive on this, his competitive debut for Northern Ireland. Free-kick for Bosnia.
58 min: Lafferty limps to the sideline nursing an injury to his right knee. He hobbles back into action, while Will Grigg warms up on the touchline.
56 min: Kyle Lafferty is down and receiving treatment after tackling Toni Sunjic. He looks in quite a lot of distress.
55 min: Northern Ireland continue to send in good crosses from the left and right wings. The latest falls for Conor McLaughlin, who heads over the bar.
53 min: The free-kick is sent into the penalty area. Jonny Evans gets the flick-on towards the far post, where Kyle Lafferty side-foots straight at the goalkeeper. He blocks and the ball loops up in the air and drops kindly for Saville, whose volley is blocked.
51 min: That elbow earned Dzeko a yellow card, in case you’re wondering. Northern Ireland win a free-kick wide on the left when Jamal Lewis is fouled near the touchline.
50 min: Jonny Evans is poleaxed by an elbow from Edin Dzeko as the pair contest a high ball. Dzeko was watching the ball, but led with his arm and caught Evans across the jaw. The Northern Ireland defender receives treatment and looks in a lot of pain, but is fit to continue.
48 min: Niall McGinn sends in a wonderful cross from the right touchline and Stuart Dallas looks certain to score. Instead of going for the diving header from six yards, he tries a side-foot volley. He fails to connect properly, sending the ball into the turf – it bounces upwards and Ibrahim Sehic tips it over the bar for a corner.
Second half: Northern Ireland 0-1 Bosnia and Herzegovina
46 min: Play resumes with Bosnia kicking off second half proceedings. They lead by the only goal of the game and can consider themselves very fortunate, having been outclassed for long periods of the first 45 minutes.
Northern Ireland 0-1 Bosnia and Herzegovina
Half-time at Windsor Park: Northern Ireland looked likely to rout Bosnia at one point, having completely bossed them for the opening 30 minutes. Their failure to capitalise on their dominance was punished when they switched off temporarily and conceded a Haris Duljevic goal. Stay tuned to find out if they can turn things around in the second half.
45+1 min: Oliver Norwood shoots high and wide from just outside the Bosnia penalty area.
45 min: Oliver Norwood whips a cross towards the far post, where Kyle Lafferty is lurking with intent. It’s a fine cross, but just a couple of inches too high for the striker.
44 min: With his opposite number on a yellow card and quite clearly afraid to tackle him, Niall McGinn elects not to run at and take on Eldar Civic but send in an early cross instead. It’s a poor decision and his delivery is wayward.
40 min: That goal seems to have settled Bosnia, who have enjoyed more possession since scoring than they did in the opening 30 minutes. The Windsor Park crowd has, for the time being at least, been silenced by Duljevic’s goal.
38 min: Completely against the run of play, Northern Ireland go behind on the back of two defensive lapses that led to an extremely soft goal. Pjanic found an unmarked Edin Djeko on the left flank. The Roma striker’s low cross into the penalty area was an unmarked Haris Duljevic slotted home with ease.
34 min: Kyle Lafferty gets a big round of applause for tracking back and dispossessing Sunjic with a sliding tackle that sends the ball towards Row Z.
32 min: Another Northern Ireland corner. The ball’s swung in to the Bosnia penalty area, where the referee spots an infringement on Ervin Zukanovic and awards a free-kick. Bosnia clear their lines.
31 min: Miralem Pjanic is booked for a trip on George Saville, moments after Dzeko had fired straight at Northern Ireland goalkeeper Bailey Peacock-Farrell.
29 min: Another good cross from Conor McLoughlin, who tries to pick out Kyle Lafferty near the penalty spot. The ball’s put out for a corner by Toni Sunjic and Lafferty gives his provider a thumbs-up.
27 min: With almost a third of the match gone, it’s difficult to understand how Northern Ireland aren’t in front. They’ve completely outplayed their visitors, whose full-backs look extremely vulnerable indeed. Bosnia are struggling to get the ball out of their own half and Edin Dzeko has barely had a touch.