The five teams in this group played against each other on a home-and-away basis. The group winner Spain qualified for the 17th FIFA World Cup held in South Korea and Japan. The runner-up Austria advanced to the UEFA Play-off and played against Turkey. Spain dominated the group, with six wins out of eight, and only two away draws (against second-placed Austria and third-placed Israel) to mar the record. Second place, however, was not decided until the last minute of the last match: Austria had a three-point advantage, but Israel led 1-0 which would have brought them level in the group standings, and had a superior goal difference which would have seen them into second place, but Austria scored an injury-time equalizer to earn a draw and retain their second position.
|1||Spain||8||6||2||0||21||4||+17||20||Qualification to 2002 FIFA World Cup||—||4–0||2–0||4–1||5–0|
|2||Austria||8||4||3||1||10||8||+2||15||Advance to UEFA play-offs||1–1||—||2–1||2–0||2–0|
|4||Bosnia and Herzegovina||8||2||2||4||12||12||0||8||1–2||1–1||0–0||—||5–0|
|Bosnia and Herzegovina||1–2||Spain|
|Baljić 41'||Report||Gerard 39'
|Baur 22'||Report||Baraja 27'|
|Israel||3–1||Bosnia and Herzegovina|
Mendieta 36', 82'
Hierro 55' (pen.)
|Bosnia and Herzegovina||1–1||Austria|
|Barbarez 43'||Report||Baur 61'|
Herzog 42' (pen.)
|Report||Baur 6' (o.g.)|
|Liechtenstein||0–3||Bosnia and Herzegovina|
|Report||Barbarez 10', 72'
|Spain||4–1||Bosnia and Herzegovina|
|Revivo 4'||Report||Raúl 63'|
Morientes 79', 84'
|Austria||2–0||Bosnia and Herzegovina|
|Herzog 38', 87'||Report|
|Bosnia and Herzegovina||5–0||Liechtenstein|
Baljić 45' (pen.), 82' (pen.)
|Gershon 55' (pen.)||Report||Herzog 90+1'|
- 4 goals
- 3 goals
- 2 goals
- 1 goal
- 1 own goal