Saturday, July 7, 2018

Croatia national team 2018

Croatia is Croatia's official representative in football, its world ranking 24, the Croatian Football Federation was founded in 1912 and joined FIFA in 1992. Croatia qualified for the finals after qualifying for the Group Eight World Cup qualifiers after defeating Sweden Its strongest rivals in the group back and forth.

Croatia reached the World Cup finals three times after their previous posts in 1998, 2002. Her first international was in 1990 and won the United States 2-1 and her biggest win in 1998 was Australia's 7-0 loss and the worst loss was 1994 by Slovakia 1-4. Her best achievement at the FIFA World Cup finals was her third place in 1998. Croatia reached the European Cup finals twice and reached the quarter-finals in 1996.
The team coach is Zlatko Krankar: 50 years old, and is one of the most prominent who can prove the fertility of the Croatian school in bearing the coaches. A leading international expert, made Croatia a solid team, scoring 21 goals and conceding only five goals.
Among the most prominent players are Bosco Palaban, Dado Bersho, who plays for Rangers F.C in Scotland and Nico Cranggar, who is similar to some of the French idol Zinedine Zidane. The midfielder, Nico Kovac, is one of the veterans of the finals. He was born in 1971 in Berlin. He plays for the German club Hertha Berlin. He played for Bayern Munich, Bayer Leverkusen and Hamburg. The star of the team is Dario Serena, a professional in the Ukrainian club Shakhtar Donichk, who scored a number of goals affecting the qualifying campaign. The captain is 34-year-old defender Niko Kovac, an experienced professional at the German club Hertha Berlin, and prominent striker Dado Persu, who has been a leading Croatian forward in recent years.
Croatia national team in the 2018 World Cup Russia
It may seem difficult to survive from the group stage against Croatia, especially in the first week of the tournament with Nigeria before the second week of the legendary meeting with the Argentine dancers, before a third encounter with Iceland.

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