Watch highlights: Croatia 2-1 England – Three Lions fall short of final spot

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Match: Croatia vs England

Competition: 2018 World Cup

Date: 11-07-2018

Kick-off time: 19:00 (UK time)

Stadium: Luzhniki Stadium



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Country/region
Broadcaster
Is it free to air?
England - UK
BBC (BBC iPlayer)
Free to air
England - UK
ITV (ITV Hub)
Free trial
USA (English)
Fox Sports app & Fox Sports Go
Requires cable subscription
USA (Spanish)
Telemundo
Requires cable subscription
Australia
Optus Sport
Free trial
Australia
SBS
Free
Canada (English)
CTV
Requires cable subscription
Canada (English)
CTS
Requires cable subscription

KALININGRAD, RUSSIA – JUNE 16: Luka Modric of Croatia celebrates with teammates after scoring his team’s second goal during the 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia group match between Croatia and Nigeria at Kaliningrad Stadium on June 16, 2018 in Kaliningrad, Russia. (Photo by Alex Livesey/Getty Images)


Croatia vs England live streaming & watch: Match preview

Will it be England or Croatia who will take on France in the World Cup final?

This semi-final clash promises to be dominated by one of opportunity. England and Croatia knew when both sides went on the other side of the draw that they both had a once in a lifetime opportunity for a memorable run. With many big guns facing early exits and majority of the tough opposition on the other half of the draw, these two nations knew making the final was a real possibility.

Croatia

Croatia began the tournament in stellar fashion. They dominated their group with their elite midfield nucleus. They topped their group with 9 points, 7 goals scored and only 1 conceded. They put Argentina to the sword with a historic 3-0 victory over La Albiceleste. It was only in the knockouts their mortality showed.

Whilst being the better side in both matches they required extra time and penalties in both games against Denmark and Russia to claim victory. By the end of the game against Russia the side looked depleted, in a stark contrast to the battery powered Russians. The 240 minute matches clearly took their tool on the Croatians who will hope they can close the England game within 90 minutes.

Modric has been one of the tournament’s stars, often captured gliding along the pitch, making passing angles, linking play and progressing the ball up the pitch in aplomb. Modric has made a fine claim for the golden ball.

England

England began the tournament with a jubilant last minute victory over Tunisia, followed by a 6-1 demolition of Panama before a dead rubber match against Belgium. The 1-0 defeat to Belgium was a result the nation was secretly hoping for, putting them on the easier side of the draw. The nation then ended their long lasting curse after beating Colombia in penalties.

Then a professional 2-0 victory over Sweden saw them ready for the big boys. England’s Harry Kane is currently leading the way for the golden boot whilst the team’s improved mentality is a sight for sore eyes. England have scored 11 goals at this year’s World Cup, tying its record from the victorious 1966 tournament.

The Three Lions head to their first semifinal at the grand stage since 1990, and only the second since lifting the trophy in 1966. It will also be England’s 2nd time meeting Croatia at a major tournament since their 4-2 victory in Euro 2004.

England will be concerned over losing the midfield battle and maybe resigned to it. However they will hope to utilise their pace and quick transitions to hurt the Croatians where space is left.

101 Great Goals predicts: Croatia 2 – England 1

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