Bosnia-Herzegovina opened the World Cup with an expected loss to Argentina, but left a positive impression with their performance.
It is obvious the team's attacking power relies on the abilities of one man—Edin Dzeko. His contribution against Argentina was modest, mostly because he was cut off for most of the game, battling with two or three defenders on his back.
With 35 goals, the Manchester City star is the best scorer in the history of the country. His goals, including 10 in the qualifiers, paved the way to Bosnia's first major tournament.
While waiting for Dzeko's first goal at the World Cup, Bleacher Report reminds you of his top six Bosnia-Herzegovina moments.