Dzeko brace sinks Ivory Coast
A review of Friday's international friendlies, including a win for Bosnia and Herzegovina over the Ivory Coast.
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Edin Dzeko scored twice as Bosnia and Herzegovina began their World Cup preparations with a 2-1 win over the Ivory Coast.
The Manchester City striker scored in the 17th and 53rd minutes to set his side on the way to victory with veteran forward Didier Drogba responding in stoppage time for the Africans.
Chile fought back from two goals down as they beat Egypt 3-2 in Santiago.
Mohamed Salah and Khaled Kamar had Egypt 2-0 up inside 16 minutes but Marcelo Diaz pulled one back for the home side before half-time.
Eduardo Vargas then bagged a brace after the interval to hand the home side victory.
Christian Stuani grabbed the only goal in the 62nd minute as Uruguay claimed a 1-0 win over Northern Ireland.
A late goal from substitute Josip Drmic helped Switzerland record a 1-0 international friendly victory over Jamaica in Lucerne.
The Reggae Boyz looks set to earn a well-deserved draw until the Bayer Leverkusen striker slotted home with the outside of his right foot six minutes from time to seal the win for Ottmar Hitzfeld's side.
The stylish finish allowed Drmic to make amends, for earlier in the second half he directed his shot over the crossbar with the goal at his mercy from three yards out.
Elsewhere, Iran and Angola drew 1-1 in a match staged in Hartberg, Austria.
Silva gave Angola the lead in the 42nd minute, before Karim Ansarifard earned a draw for Iran with a 57th-minute strike.