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Croatia national team coach Zlatko Dalić has named Osijek defender Mile Škorić and Dinamo Moscow midfielder Nikola Moro in the upcoming friendly matches against Slovenia and Bulgaria in Qatar. The Croatian national Football team will play two friendly matches later this month in Qatar, hosting the FIFA World Cup 2022.

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The first match is scheduled for Saturday, March 26 at 3 pm with Slovenia. The second match will be played against Bulgaria on Tuesday, March 29 at 4 pm, both at Education City Stadium in Doha. Škorić was first named by Croatia on May 28, 2017, in a friendly match against Mexico. His first competitive title came on June 8, 2019, against Wales in a Euro 2020 qualifier.

He became a cult hero as he drove from Osijek to Split 6+ hr. drive to watch Cristiano Ronaldo in a UEFA Nations League match against Portugal. In the days before the match on November 17, 2020, Zlatko Dalic lost all his central defenders due to injury and COVID. He called Mile, who was in the first team, two days before the game.

He received praise for his performance in the game and managed to keep Ronaldo empty Portugal won the match 3-2 with a 90-minute goal. He was part of the Croatian team Euro 2020 but did not feature in a single match during the tournament.

Škorić began his youth career at the local club Novi Mikanovci before joining the HNK Cibalia Vinkovci academy. At the age of 15, he transferred to Osijek with whom he had signed a study contract in February 2010. He made his first-team appearance as a substitute late for a 1-1 draw against Zadar on 22 March 2008 on the 25th. 2007-08 season round.

Škorić played on the pitch, off-line, and offensive positions in professional football before settling as a center-back in 2017. His appearance and incomprehensible art of position and passing in a manner earned him the nickname Zidane by Novih Mikanovaca Zidane of Novi Mikanovci.

This will be Croatia's first national team after qualifying for the FIFA World Cup 2022 and will serve as a preparation for coach Zlatko Dalić and the team's expectations for the rest of the year. The tournament also serves as excellent preparation for the FIFA World Cup in Qatar, as weather and stadiums will be tested.

In terms of tactics, Dalić will also test a new three-man formation in the back as we will not have a place to try for four United Nations games in June. We will try a new system with three in the background and see how it works. We will stick to our tactics so far, but now we have some training, so we will try something different, Dalić said before the tournament. For more to know about Qatar World Cup tickets Click here.

We’ve tried to put three players back a few times, but now we have time and we want to try that program. A handful of our players play in their teams and can be equal. Dalić then added two players to the reserve list, namely Mile Škorić of Osijek and Nikola Moro of Dinamo Moscow for the friendly matches against Slovenia and Bulgaria.

Nikola Moro is a Croatian footballer who plays as a defensive midfielder for the Russian Premier League club Dynamo Moscow. Representing Croatia in the U16, U17, and U19 ranks, Nikola Moro made the quarter-finals of the 2015 U-17 FIFA World Cup final to Mali. He also represented Croatia U21 at Euro 2019 and 2021 in the UEFA Under-21, captaining the team in the quarter-finals of the final tournament for the first time in their history.

He was first named to the Croatian national team on August 16, 2021, ahead of the September FIFA World Cup qualifiers against Russia, Slovakia, and Slovenia. Osijek defender Mile Škorić will join the national team at a ceremony in Zagreb on Monday, March 21, while Croatia Football World Cup side defensive midfielder Nikola Moro will arrive in Doha, where the finalists for the 2018 FIFA World Cup will arrive on Tuesday.

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