Safet Susic disappointed with officials

Susic disappointed with officials
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Bosnia-Herzegovina boss Safet Susic is disappointed by the officials in his side's defeat to Nigeria as his side had a goal incorrectly ruled out for offside.

Bosnia-Herzegovina boss Safet Susic has admitted that he was disappointed with the officials in his side's World Cup defeat to Nigeria.

Peter Odemwingie scored the only goal of the game to fire his side to victory, although Edin Dzeko had a goal incorrectly ruled offside by referee Peter O'Leary and his assistant before the Stoke City striker had found the net.

"I was told there was no offside but it's not the first or last time a referee has made a bad decision at this World Cup and it won't be the last," Susic told reporters.

"We lost to a good side, Nigeria played better than against Iran."

Bosnia-Herzegovina crashed out of the competition as a result of their second defeat of the tournament.

Peter Odemwingie of Nigeria celebrates scoring his team's first goal with teammate Emmanuel Emenike during the 2014 FIFA World Cup Group F match between Nigeria and Bosnia-Herzegovina at Arena Pantanal on June 21, 2014
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