Union midfielder Haris Medunjanin will compete tonight for Bosnia and Herzegovina National Team as they take on Mexico in an international friendly. The match comes three days after Bosnia took on the United States Men's National Team, where they drew 0-0 with the Red, White and Blue at the Stubhub Center in Carson, California.
Last game, Medunjanin earned his 57th cap for the national team and had the honors of wearing the captain’s armband against the U.S. and current Union teammate, CJ Sapong.
Among his many appearances with Bosnia and Herzegovina, Medunjanin has recorded nine goals — the latest coming on Oct. 7, 2017 when he scored an early equalizer against powerhouse Belgium side in World Cup qualifying, marking his first goal with Bosnia and Herzegovina in over a year.
After the friendly with Mexico concludes, Medunjanin will head down to Clearwater, Florida to rejoin the Union for preseason training.
You can catch Medunjanin and the rest of the Union in their first regular-season contest on March 3, as they host the New England Revolution, presented by Oliver Heating and Cooling. Tickets for the match can be found here.