Croatia - group A - World Cup 2014 Brazil Goals

Argentina Ready for Tough Battle Against Croatia
Drawing 1-1 on their opening group game against Iceland, Argentina find themselves in difficult situation as they can't let things slip again as they battle against Croatia. Playing against the Balkan based side won't be an easy task for Jorge Sampaoli's men, but the tactician seeming set to make some changes in personnel and possible formation compared their first group game.
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Croatia Grabbed a Comfortable Win Over Nigeria
Croatia got themselves off to a perfect start on their World Cup 2014 campaign after grabbing a pretty comfortable 2-0 victory over African representative, Nigeria. The Balkan side were determined to improve their showing from previous World Cup and it showed from their high intensity which they brought in straight from kick off.
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Croatia Set for a Cracking Tie Against Nigeria
A potential cracking encounter set to entertain football fans in the latest World Cup 2018 fixture this Saturday when Croatia face up against Nigeria at Kaliningrad Stadium. Failing to advance from the group stage back in 2014, Vatreni are keen on improving that achievement as they will be pushing hard to go far this time around.
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Neymar Highlighted Brazil’s Victory, Spain Held in Friendlies
World Cup 2018 is getting closer and every nations continuing their preparation with international friendly matches, including the top national teams such as Brazil and Spain. Playing in neutral ground, Selecao showcasing why they are considered as one of the favorites to win the tournament with a pretty comfortable 2-0 win over fellow World Cup participant, Croatia.
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Croatia and Swiss Confirmed World Cup 2018 Places
Two more European nations confirmed their spots for the upcoming World Cup 2018 in Russia as Croatia along with Switzerland completed their playoffs round against their opponents. Croatia took down Greece despite a rather disappointing goalless draw in their second leg match up on Sunday as the Balkan side previously won 4-1 at home.
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Croatia, Swiss Close to Secure World Cup Tickets
Croatia and Switzerland are inching closer to get their tickets for 2018 World Cup in Russia as both teams won their first out of two playoffs matches. Playing the first game at home, Vatreni got themselves a quite commanding first leg fixture as they defeated Greece 4-1.
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Serbia and Iceland Advanced, Wales Out of World Cup
Dramatic events finally occurred in the final round of World Cup 2018 qualifier as Serbia and Iceland confirmed their direct qualification, while Wales found themselves not even making the playoffs.
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Croatia Slams Juventus for Pjaca’s Injury
Croatia national team won't be able to use their starlet, Marko Pjaca as the Juventus player is currently injured and looks to be needing more time on the sideline. That situation apparently still trigger rage from the Balkan side's medical team who were furious with Juve's doctors which made a wrong assessment over Pjaca's condition a month ago.
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Quaresma’s Extra Time Goal Broke Croatia’s Heart
Struggling to make their way into the knock out stages of Euro 2016, Portugal showed some resilience and probably a little bit of luck as they made their way into the last eight stage after defeating Croatia in extra time.
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Croatia vs Portugal (0-1)
Croatia v Portugal line-ups: Croatia: Subasic, Srna, Corluka, Vida, Strinic, Modric, Badelj, Brozovic, Rakitic, Perisic, Mandzukic. Subs: Vargic, Vrsaljko, Jedvaj, Kovacic, Kramaric, Schildenfeld, Rog, Nikola Kalinic, Coric, Pjaca, Cop, Lovre Kalinic.
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Portugal Confident of Defeating Croatia
Drawing all of their group games and arriving into the last 16 as one of best third place seat didn't seem to diminish Portugal's confidence ahead of their match against Croatia. Preparing for that knock out stages battle, Selecao's head coach, Fernando Santos stated that his team are capable of defeating Ante Cacic's men.
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Croatia Set for Make or Break Game Against Portugal
An exciting tie set to unfold in Euro 2016 last 16 fixture this Saturday when potential tournament dark horse, Croatia face talented Portugal side. Vatreni's head coach, Ante Cacic said that their knock out tie is definitely a make or break game as both one of Croatia and Portugal will be leaving the tournament should they lose.
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Santos Believes Goals Will Boost Ronaldo’s Confidence
After struggling to score in his first two matches, Cristiano Ronaldo broke his drought against Hungary with two goals, a situation that doesn't only brought joy for the Real Madrid star, but also his Portugal national team coach, Fernando Santos.
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