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Croatia's national team continues its Qatar football World Cup 2022 qualifier against Russia at Luzhniki Stadium in Moscow. Coach Zlatko Dalic faced a dilemma before the start of the game. Gvardiol, who was supposed to play stopper with Lovren, felt a muscle stiffness before the start of the game. Duje Ćaleta-Car replaced the first list instead. Remember, Luke Modrić did not go with the team to Russia because of injuries.

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The match began with a Russian attack that was not a problem for Livaković. A fine movement over the wings of Croatia saw a few balls played in the penalty area but came closer to the Russian goalkeeper. The first corner of the Croatian game was in the 11th minute. Russia's most dangerous goal came in the 14th minute with a rocket from Zakharyan, but Livaković feet forced them to go out into the corner.

Croatia started the offensive in the next 5 minutes, with crosses in the box by both Sosa and Juranović. While Croatia retains control it maintains its composure and does not attack Russia's goal much from the 30th minute. Russia, however, has struggled to give Livaković a lot of work to do. Croatia's best chance came in the 40th minute with world football with Kovačić's ball. The Russian goalkeeper hit Kramarić in a millisecond, thus ending the game.

Another great opportunity came after two minutes. Juranović's fine cross from the box came from Pššić's head to Perišić who fired just wide of the post. The match ended in a 0-0 draw in the semi-finals after attacking Croatia in the final 5 minutes. For more to know about Qatar World Cup tickets Click here.

The second half started with a goal from Russia when Livaković saved a 0-0 draw. Croatia's first real chance in the second half came 10 minutes later when Vlašić fired home. Croatia had trouble passing through Russia's heavy defense. Croatia's defense was lucky when the attack on Russia was called offside in the 62nd minute. Sosa fired from outside the box two minutes later but it was easy to save the Russian goalkeeper.

Luke Ivanušec replaced Mario Pašalić in the 69th minute. Mislav Oršic replaced Andrej Kramarić and Mirko Livaja with Ivan Perišić in 72. Russia increased its attacking game but failed to find the net. Ivanušec fired a goalkeeper in the 81st minute. The injury ended Ćaleta Car's game in the 84th minute. Mile Škorić was fired.

A fragile dismissal from Lovren in the 87th minute almost cost Croatia a goal, but Livaković saved it to save points. The last few minutes have been a shock to Croatia's security forces threatened by Russia in the penalty area. The referee added four minutes. Kovačić used his technical skills to break through the defense of Russia, sending a slow ball into the goal line in the second minute of extra time for another Croatian opportunity, but it was not enough.

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