Armenia captain Henrikh Mkhitaryan scored twice as Armenia stunned Bosnia with a dramatic 4-2 win in their Euro 2020 qualifier on Sunday.
The win lifted Armenia above Bosnia in Group J as they moved into third place with nine points, three behind Finland. Bosnia are fourth with seven. The top two qualify for next year`s tournament.
The game got off to a lively start as Edin Dzeko hit the post with a low shot for Bosnia before his AS Roma teammate Mkhitaryan gave the hosts a third-minute lead.
The midfielder collected Tigran Barseghyan`s cross from the right before pushing it past goalkeeper Ibrahim Sehic and thumping it into the net.
Bosnia hit back 10 minutes later as Amer Gojak`s inswinging cross found Dzeko who got away from the Armenia defence to turn the ball into the net.
Mkhitaryan, Armenia`s record scorer, put his team back in front in the 66th minute when he provided an emphatic finish to a well-worked move, his 29th goal for his country, but Gojak levelled again for Bosnia four minutes later.
Mkhitaryan then turned provider as he supplied a perfect cross for Hovhannes Hambardzumyan to score at the far post in the 77th minute.
Gojak could have equalised in stoppage time but volleyed wide from a good position and then Stjepan Loncar turned Mkhitaryan`s cross into his own net to complete the scoring.
Finland were at home to Italy later on Sunday.