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Euro 2016 Goal of the Day 12: Nikola Kalinic’s Lovely Goal Against Spain
Croatia finished their Euro 2016 group stage adventure in a successful manner after coming out top of their group following an impressive 2-1 win over Spain. In that game, Ante Cacic's men scored two excellent goals, but their first one by Nikola Kalinic deserved to be put in as the goal of that matchday.
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Croatia Finished Top of Group D After Impressive Win Over Spain
Croatia  found themselves advancing into knock round of UEFA 2016 as group winner after putting on an impressive victory over Spain on Tuesday. La Fura Roja actually made a bright start into the game as they found themselves going one goal up after just seven minutes through Alvaro Morata's close range finish.
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Croatia vs Spain (2-1)
Goal! Croatia 0-1 Spain (Morata 7) Alvaro Morato sidefoots Spain ahead with his third goal of the tournament. GOAL! Croatia 1-1 (Kalinic 45) Croatia are level and it’s no more than they deserve.
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Spain Not Planing to Rest Players Against Croatia
Already securing qualification into the knock out stages of Euro 2016, Spain apparently doesn't have much plan to rest their players on their final group game against Croatia. That conclusion was stated by head coach Vicente Del Boque, who stated that he is not sure whether he should be resting his players this Tuesday.
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Croatia to Define Their Quality Against Spain
Croatia only need one point to secure their qualification into the knock out stages, but head coach, Ante Cacic is determined to fight for all three points against Spain. Speaking to the media ahead of their Tuesday clash, Cacic believes that their encounter against La Furia Roja can also be considered as a defining test on how can they fair in the knock out stages.
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Czech Come Back from Two Down to Hold Croatia
Croatia wasted their chance to secure qualification into the knock out stage after being held into a 2-2 draw by Czech Republic on Friday. Ante Cacic's men were able to control the match well up into midway point of that encounter where they were actually taking a 2-0 lead over their opponent, with goals from Ivan Perisic on 37 minutes and Ivan Rakitic on 59 minutes.
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Czech Republic vs Croatia (2-2)
The teams: Czech Republic: Cech; Kaderabek, Sivok, Hubnik, Limbersky; Plasil; Rosicky, Skalak, Krejci, Dorida; Lafata. Croatia: Subasic; Srna, Corluka, Vida, Strinic; Modric, Badelj; Brozovic, Rakitic, Peresic; Mandzukic.
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Turkey Plan to Attack Spain
Losing their Euro 2016 opening fixture left Turkey with no other choices aside from pushing for three points on their second group game against Spain this Friday. In search for that three points, The Crescent Stars' head coach, Fatih Terim ensured that his side will try to attack their opponent.
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Croatia Pushing for Victory Against Czech Republic
Croatia national team are eyeing their second win in Euro 2016 group stage this Friday as they face up against Czech Republic. The Vatreni's head coach, Ante Cacic, ensured that his players will not underestimate their opponent and play with the same intensity as they did against Turkey.
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Czech Republic Going on the Attack Against Croatia
Losing from a late goal against Spain, left a bitter taste for Czech Republic, but they are determined to bounce back when they play Croatia this Friday. In order to push for all three points, Czech head coach, Pavel Vrba stated that they will be focusing more on their offensive play this time around.
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Euro 2016 Goal of The Day 3: Luka Modric Volley Against Turkey
Luka Modric showcasing why he is considered as one of the best midfielder in this current era as the Real Madrid man scored a sensational goal for Croatia on their 1-0 win against Turkey.
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Modric Lead Croatia’s Win Over Turkey
Croatia started off their Euro 2016 campaign with a positive result after defeating Turkey 1-0 thanks to a wonder strike from Luka Modric. The Real Madrid star scored a scorcher long range volley on 41 minutes to give his nation that deserved lead as they go into half time break.
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Turkey vs Croatia (0-1)
The teams: Turkey: Volkan; Gokhan Gonul, Mehmet Topal, Balta, Caner; Oguzhan, Ozan Tufan; Selcuk, Hakan Çalhanoglu, Arda Turan; Cenk. Croatia: Subasic; Srna, Corluka, Vida, Strinic; Badelj, Modric, Brozovic, Rakitic, Perisic; Mandzukic.
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