List of international goals scored by Edin Džeko

Edin Džeko , a Bosnian association footballer , made his debut for Bosnia and Herzegovina in a 3-2 win over Turkey on 2 June 2007. [1] He also scored his first international goal in the match to the scores at 2-2 in Stoppage time of the first half. [1] [2] As of 28 March 2017, he has scored 50 goals in 84 international appearances, making him Bosnia and Herzegovina’s leading goalscorer . [3]

On 8 September 2012, he scored his first international hat-trick in an 8-1 win over Liechtenstein in World Cup qualifying. This set of international goals, surpassing the international record of 22 set by Elvir Bolić and Zvjezdan Misimović . [4] They are also the team that Džeko has scored more times against any other, with six goals against them. More than half of Džeko’s goals at home, having scored 19 at Bilino Polje Stadium in Zenica and 5 at Asim Ferhatović Hase Stadium in Sarajevo .

The majority of Džeko’s goals are in qualifying matches. He Has Scored 22 in World Cup qualifiers, Including 9 During the 2010 World Cup qualifying round Where he finished as the second-equal top scorer, Alongside England ‘s Wayne Rooney and one behind Greece ‘s Theofanis Gekas . [5] Džeko has also scored 13 times in European Championship qualifiers (including one in the 2016 play-offs). He has only scored once in the World Cup finals, in a 3-1 win against Iran in the 2014 tournament . [6] The remainder of Džeko’s goals, 14, have come in friendlies.

International goals

Scores and results list Bosnia and Herzegovina’s goal tally first. [7]
List of international goals scored by Edin Džeko
No. Dated arrival opponent Score result Competition
1 2 June 2007 Asim Ferhatović Hase Stadium , Sarajevo , Bosnia and Herzegovina  turkey
2-2
3-2
UEFA Euro 2008 qualifying
2 10 September 2008 Bilino Polje Stadium , Zenica , Bosnia and Herzegovina  estonia
5-0
7-0
2010 FIFA World Cup Qualification
3
6-0
4 11 October 2008 BJK İnönü Stadium , Istanbul , Turkey  turkey
1-0
1-2
5 15 October 2008 Bilino Polje Stadium, Zenica, Bosnia and Herzegovina  armenia
2-0
4-1
6 20 November 2008 Ljudski vrt , Maribor , Slovenia  slovenia
3-1
4-3
Friendly
7 28 March 2009 Cristal Stadium , Genk , Belgium  Belgium
1-0
4-2
2010 FIFA World Cup Qualification
8 1 April 2009 Bilino Polje Stadium, Zenica, Bosnia and Herzegovina  Belgium
1-0
2-1
9
2-0
10 6 June 2009 Stade Pierre de Coubertin , Cannes , Oman  Oman
1-0
2-1
Friendly
11 12 August 2009 Asim Ferhatović Hase Stadium, Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina  Iran
1-0
2-3
12
2-0
13 10 October 2009 A. Le Coq Arena , Tallinn , Estonia  estonia
1-0
2-0
2010 FIFA World Cup Qualification
14 14 October 2009 Bilino Polje Stadium, Zenica, Bosnia and Herzegovina  spain
1-5
2-5
15 3 June 2010 Commerzbank-Arena , Frankfurt , Germany  germany
1-0
1-3
Friendly
16 3 September 2010 Stade Josy Barthel , Luxembourg City , Luxembourg  luxembourg
3-0
3-0
UEFA Euro 2012 qualifying
17 17 November 2010 Štadión Pasienky , Bratislava , Slovakia  Slovakia
3-1
3-2
Friendly
18 26 March 2011 Bilino Polje Stadium, Zenica, Bosnia and Herzegovina  romania
2-1
2-1
UEFA Euro 2012 qualifying
19 7 October 2011  luxembourg
1-0
5-0
20 11 October 2011 Stade de France , Paris , France  la France
1-0
1-1
21 1 June 2012 Soldier Field , Chicago , United States  mexico
1-1
1-2
Friendly
22 7 September 2012 Rheinpark Stadion , Vaduz , Liechtenstein  liechtenstein
5-0
8-1
2014 FIFA World Cup qualification
23
6-1
24
7-1
25 11 September 2012 Bilino Polje Stadium, Zenica, Bosnia and Herzegovina  latvia
4-1
4-1
26 16 October 2012  lithuania
3-0
3-0
27 22 March 2013  greece
1-0
3-1
28
3-0
29 7 June 2013 Skonto Stadium , Riga , Latvia  latvia
5-0
5-0
30 14 August 2013 Asim Ferhatović Hase Stadium, Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina  United States
1-0
3-4
Friendly
31
3-4
32 11 October 2013 Bilino Polje Stadium, Zenica, Bosnia and Herzegovina  liechtenstein
1-0
4-1
2014 FIFA World Cup qualification
33
4-0
34 30 May 2014 Edward Jones Dome , St. Louis , United States  Ivory Coast
1-0
2-1
Friendly
35
2-0
36 25 June 2014 Arena Fonte Nova , Salvador , Brazil  Iran
1-0
3-1
2014 FIFA World Cup
37 4 September 2014 Tušanj City Stadium , Tuzla , Liechtenstein  liechtenstein
3-0
3-0
Friendly
38 13 October 2014 Bilino Polje Stadium, Zenica, Bosnia and Herzegovina  Belgium
1-0
1-1
UEFA Euro 2016 qualifying
39 28 March 2015 Estadi Nacional , Andorra la Vella , Andorra  andorra
1-0
3-0
40
2-0
41
3-0
42 12 June 2015 Bilino Polje Stadium, Zenica, Bosnia and Herzegovina  Israel
2-1
3-1
43 3 September 2015 King Baudouin Stadium , Brussels , Belgium  Belgium
1-0
1-3
44 6 September 2015 Bilino Polje Stadium, Zenica, Bosnia and Herzegovina  andorra
2-0
3-0
45 13 November 2015 Bilino Polje Stadium, Zenica, Bosnia and Herzegovina  Republic of Ireland
1-1
1-1
UEFA Euro 2016 qualifying play-offs
46 29 March 2016 Letzigrund , Zürich , Switzerland switzerland
1-0
2-0
Friendly
47 6 September 2016 Bilino Polje Stadium, Zenica, Bosnia and Herzegovina  estonia
2-0
5-0
2018 FIFA World Cup Qualification
48 10 October 2016 Bilino Polje Stadium, Zenica, Bosnia and Herzegovina  cyprus
1-0
2-0
49
2-0
50 28 March 2017 Elbasan Arena , Elbasan , Albania  albania
1-0
2-1
Friendly

Statistics

Updated to game played 10 October 2016. [1] [8]
Džeko playing in a friendly against Austria in 2015.
Goals by year
year Apps Goals
2007 7 1
2008 6 5
2009 10 8
2010 8 3
2011 10 3
2012 9 6
2013 9 7
2014 10 5
2015 7 7
2016 7 4
2017 1 1
Total 84 50
Goals by competition
Competition Goals
UEFA European Championship qualification 13
Friendlies 14
FIFA World Cup Qualification 22
FIFA World Cup tournaments 1
Total 50

See also

  • Bosnia and Herzegovina national football team statistics
  • The Bosnian Footballer of the Year Award – Idol of the Nation

References

  1. ^ Jump up to:a b c Mamrud, Roberto. “Edin Dzeko – Goals in International Matches” . Rec.Sport.Soccer Statistics Foundation . Retrieved 18 November 2015 .
  2. Jump up^ Krvavac, Fuad (4 June 2007). “Bosnia-Herzegovina delight in Džeko” . UEFA . Retrieved 18 November 2015 .
  3. Jump up^ Mamrud, Roberto. “Goalscoring for Bosnia and Herzegovina National Team” . Rec.Sport.Soccer Statistics Foundation . Retrieved 18 November 2015 .
  4. Jump up^ “Džeko hat-trickom ostavio Misimovića i Bolića iza sebe” (in Bosnian). sportsport.ba. 7 September 2012 . Retrieved 8 September 2012 .
  5. Jump up^ “Theofanis Gekas” . BBC Sport . Retrieved 18 November2015 .
  6. Jump up^ Woodcock, Ian (June 25, 2014). “Bos-Herze 3 1 Iran” . BBC Sport . Retrieved 18 November 2015 .
  7. Jump up^ “Edin Džeko” . European Football . Retrieved 3 July 2015 .
  8. Jump up^ “Edin Džeko” . National Football Teams . Retrieved 18 November 2015 .

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