2014 World Cup: Ranking the Top 5 Players for Bosnia and Herzegovina

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2014 World Cup: Ranking the Top 5 Players for Bosnia and Herzegovina
Amel Emric/Associated Press

Bosnia and Herzegovina will make their World Cup debut this summer with the likes of Edin Dzeko (Manchester City), Vedad Ibisevic (Stuttgart), Miralem Pjanic (Roma) and Asmir Begovic (Stoke City) leading the charge for the Zmajevi.

Despite boasting a high-flying offense with 30 goals to their name during the qualification cycle, the Bosnians will hope to prove they are not solely a one-dimensional team.

Even though experience is not on their side, Bosnia and Herzegovina have plenty of veterans on Safet Susic's 24-man roster and a core that is hitting the peak of form at just the right time. Susic will hope his best players can carry their club form into the World Cup and translate it into results for the national team.

This list will rank the top five Bosnian national team players in terms of their contribution during the qualifiers, their overall talent level, their importance to the squad, as well as their overall form during the past club season.

Even though there are standouts, Bosnia and Herzegovina have played as a disciplined unit and as a team in the truest sense of the word. They will hope their unity stays intact and isn't shaken on football's biggest stage. 

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