Bosnia Herzegovina 0-1 Portugal (0-2 agg.)
Portugal have eased through to the World Cup with a 1-0 win over Bosnia for a 2-0 aggregate victory.
A goal from Raul Meireles midway through the second period was enough to secure their place at the 2010 World Cup in South Africa.
The Portuguese came with a mission, knowing that one away goal would compel the Bosnians to score three.
The Bosnian attack only occasionally showed glimpses of its capabilities, Miralem Pjanic looking active towards the break.
After the interval Zlatan Muslimovic was introduced for the hosts, but Portugal were more dangerous starting out.
They took the lead ten minutes after the restart, with Nani crossing for Meireles to tap home an easy finish.
Hopes of a home revival were dampened when Sejad Salihovic picked up a second booking for dissent, while the linesman seemed to be hit by a missle from the crowd.
The Bosnian side tried to come back in the last ten minutes of the game but the night belonged to Portugal.
It caps a fine comeback for Portugal, who were at one point in danger of finishing fourth in their group, but now become team 30 of 32 to head to South Africa.