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Croatia Competing for World Cup 2018 Final Spot With England
Croatia and England are setting out to fulfill their dream of advancing into the World Cup 2018 final stage, but in order for it to happen, they must battle against each others this Wednesday.
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Best Goals in World Cup 2018 Quarter Finals
The World Cup 2018 will be reaching its semifinals round on Tuesday and Wednesday, but before reaching that stage, it's best to reminiscent the top goals from quarter finals round, which saw eight teams battling it out for four tickets.
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Russia vs Croatia (3-4)
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Croatia Through to World Cup 2018 Semifinal on Penalties Again
Having to wait for about 20 years, Croatia finally repeat what their previous generation did in 1998, which taking their national football team playing in World Cup final. Zlatko Dalic's men were victorious on penalties once again, as they eliminated host nation, Russia on penalty shoot out, the second one for both sides after previously winning their last 16 round via similar situation.
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Russia Aiming for Semifinal Place by Beating Croatia
Before the tournament started, not many were predicting that Russia will be making it far in World Cup 2018, but here they are already one step away from a semifinal spot and obviously two games for a potential final.
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Best Goal in World Cup 2018 Last 16 Day 2
The second day of World Cup 2018 last 16 offered a different kind of atmosphere compared to the first match day as all of the matches ended in penalty shoot out. Not only that there's simply not many goals being scored in the two games played, so picking up the best was kind tricky, though Mario Mandzuki's strike for Croatia that made the score 1-1 can be considered the best of the bunch.
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Croatia Heading for Quarter Final After Eliminating Denmark
Croatia making their way into the quarter final of World Cup 2018 after a thrilling penalty shoot out victory over Denmark on Sunday. Arriving in the last 16 as the slight favorite compared to their opponent, Vatreni were stunned early on as the Danish Dynamite got themselves in front within just seconds through Mathias Jorgensen's close range effort.
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Croatia vs Denmark (3-2)
After a thrilling start to the match, with both sides scoring in the opening four minutes, Croatia needed penalties to see off a brave Denmark side that played their most adventurous football of the competition but without reward.
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Croatia Target Quarter Final Ticket by Beating Denmark
Putting on an impressive display during their group stage, Croatia now are looking to prove their worth in the knock out stage as they gear up to face Denmark. Winning all of their three group games, Vatreni see themselves being tipped as favorite to go through, but that won't make them underestimate their opponent, as the Danish Dynamite have shown strong resilience in their previous games.
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Iceland’s World Cup Hope Ended by Croatia
Iceland's slim ambition of advancing into the knock out stage of FIFA World Cup 2018 was practically ended on Tuesday as they were beaten by Croatia 2-1. Knowing their only hope of advancing was by beating their Balkan based opponent, Our Boys tried to push hard for victory straight from kick off.
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Iceland vs Croatia (1-2)
For the first time in history, Croatia won their third game at a World Cup. They started really well, dominating the ball and their confidence was showing. Terrific goals from Milan Badelj and Ivan Perisic secured another three points and Dalic's plan succeeded.
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Iceland Still Hopeful Over Qualification as They Face Croatia
Iceland's hope of advancing into the knock out stage of World Cup 2018 got slimmer following their 2-0 defeat from Nigeria, but that doesn't stop Our Boys from giving their all on their final group game against Croatia.
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Croatia Heading Into Knock Out Stage After Crushing Argentina
Argentina's World Cup 2018 campaign is on the brink of exit following their shocking 3-0 defeat from Croatia, which on contrary is heading into the knock out stage. The Balkan side arrived into their second match with a positive atmosphere after winning their first match against Nigeria, while Albiceleste were under huge pressure to win as they only picked up a 1-1 draw against Iceland.
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