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Croatia Crushes Iceland's World Cup Dream

New York Times - 26 Jun 2018
Croatia completed a perfect three-for-three first round and eliminated Iceland from the World Cup with a 2-1 victory in Rostov on Tuesday. Croatia had already clinched advancement but nailed down victory in the group and a date with Denmark on Sunday ...
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Dalic: Mistakes Cost Croatia World Cup Title

Complete Sports Nigeria - 15 Jul 2018
Croatia coach, Zlatko Dalic, has admitted that their mistakes against a very good French side cost them the 2018 FIFA World Cup title. Dalic's side lost 4-2 to France in the final of the 20th edition of the tournament at the Luzhniki Stadium in Moscow ...
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World Cup 2018: Livescore: Result of England vs Croatia

Daily Post Nigeria - 11 Jul 2018
England 1 vs Croatia 2 – Kieran Trippier gave the Three Lions an early lead with a splendid free-kick, before Ivan Perisic bundled in an equalizer in the second half. It ended 1-1 in regulation time Extra time next. Mario Mandzukic put Croatia in front ...
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Croatia Vs. England World Cup 2018 Semifinal: 5 Things To Know

Forbes - 09 Jul 2018
After a few successful years with Al-Ain, based in the United Arab Emirates, Dalić took over Croatia and qualified for the tournament thanks to a play-off win over Greece. Paired with Argentina, Nigeria and Iceland in a tricky Group D, most expected ...
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World Cup 2018: Livescore: Result of Argentina vs Croatia

Daily Post Nigeria - 21 Jun 2018
Argentina go into their second Group D fixture, on the verge of exiting the 2018 World Cup at the preliminary stages. Lionel Messi missed a penalty in their first game, as they were held to a 1-1 draw by Iceland. On the other hand, Croatia beat Nigeria ...
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Nigeria captain Mikel slams Croatia decision to rest star players - 22 Jun 2018
Nigeria captain John Obi Mikel has called on Croatia to be professional and not rest players against Iceland in a match that could yet decide the Super Eagles' World Cup fate. Two goals from Ahmed Musa ensured Nigeria remain in the hunt for a place in ...

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