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2020 UEFA European Championship First Phase Group D

England 1 Croatia 0 [0-0]
Match Summary
England Squad
Croatia Squad
Team Records
   
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Player Birthdate Age Pos Club App G
all born in Croat area of Yugoslavia or in Croatia (8 October 1991), except where stated
19. Badelj, Milan 25 February 1989 32 M Genoa CFC, Italy 55 2
3. Barišić, Borna 10 November 1992 28 LB Rangers FC, Scotland 20 1
24. Bradarić, Domagoj 10 December 1999 21 LB Lille Olympique SC, France 4 0
7. Brekalo, Josip 23 June 1998 22 RM VfL Wolfsburg, Germany 24 4
11. Brozović, Marcelo 16 November 1992 28 M FC Internazionale Milano, Italy 59 6
14. Budimir, Ante 22 July 1991
in Zenica, Yugoslavia
29 F RCD Mallorca, Spain 7 1
5. Ćaleta-Car, Duje 17 September 1996 24 CD Olympique de Marseille, France 14 0
25. Gvardiol, Joško 23 January 2002 19 LB RB Leipzig, Germany 1 0
26. Ivanušec, Luka 26 November 1998 22 AM Gnk Dinamo Zagreb 2 1
22. Juranović, Josip 16 August 1995 25 RB Legia Warszawa SA, Poland 8 0
12. Kalinić, Lovre 3 April 1990 31 GK Aston Villa FC, England 19 0
8. Kovačić, Mateo 6 May 1994
in Linz, Austria
27 CM Chelsea FC, England 67 3
9. Kramarić, Andrej 19 June 1991 29 F TSV 1899 Hoffenheim, Germany 54 14
1. Livaković, Dominik 9 January 1995 26 GK Gnk Dinamo Zagreb 21 0
6. Lovren, Dejan 5 July 1989
in Zenica, Yugoslavia
31 CD FC Zenit, Russia 64 4
10. Modrić, Luka 9 September 1985 35 CM Real Madrid CF, Spain 138 17
18. Oršić, Mislav 29 December 1992 28 F Gnk Dinamo Zagreb 9 0
15. Pašalić, Mario 9 February 1995
in Mainz, Germany
26 AM Atalanta, Italy 25 3
4. Perišić, Ivan 2 February 1989 32 AM FC Internazionale Milano, Italy 101 28
20. Petković, Bruno 16 September 1994 26 F Gnk Dinamo Zagreb 15 6
17. Rebić, Ante 21 September 1993 27 F AC Milan, Italy 38 3
23. Sluga, Simon 17 March 1993 28 GK Luton Town FC, England 3 0
16. Škorić, Mile 19 June 1991 29 CD Nk Osijek 5 0
21. Vida, Domagoj 29 April 1989 32 CD Beşiktaş JK, Turkey 88 4
13. Vlašić, Nikola 4 October 1997 21 AM PFC Central Sport Club of the Army, Moscow, Russia 22 5
2. Vrsaljko, Šime 10 January 1992 29 RB Club Atlético de Madrid, Spain 49 0

Squad details correct up to and including Croatia's match against Belgium on 6 June 2021.
Tallies taken from
HNS-CFF

Diary

Tuesday, 4 May 2021 - Teams will be allowed to select a 26-player squad instead of 23 at this summer's delayed European Championship Finals. The change has been implemented to lessen the load on players after a club season compressed because of the coronavirus pandemic. It will also help managers adapt if outbreaks occur during the tournament.

Monday, 17 May 2021 -
At a press conference in Zagreb, Croatia coach Zlatko Dalić has announced his squad of 26 players for the upcoming Euro 2020 which starts next month. A further eight players were placed on a standby list: Ivića Ivušić, Filip Uremović, Marin Pongračić, Nikola Moro, Lovro Majer, Toma Bašić, Kristijan Lović, Marko Livaja. Also, former player Vedran Ćorluka was confirmed as the national team's assistant coach. Uremović is currently injured with knee issues, and if he makes a recovery, may be added to the final list before 1 June.

Saturday, 29 May 2021 - The Croatian squad have their first training session at AdriaTraining in Rovinj after meeting up in Zagreb earlier in the week. Their facilities, on the North-West coast of Croatia, overlooks the Adriatic Sea. They are without Mateo Kovačić, who is currently on Champions Leaue duty with his club, Chelsea FC, in Portugal.

Monday, 31 May 2021 - The HNS Management have decided that the Croatian National Team wil remain in Rovinj for the duration of the Tournament, instead of the team camp in St. Andrews, as had been originally planned.

Tuesday, 1 June 2021 - Croatia's Euro 2020 preparations continued with a frustrating draw in a friendly home draw at home to Armenia. Inter Milan winger Ivan Perišić headed in a first-half opener, but the 2018 World Cup runners-up were held by an Armenian side, ranked 90th in the world, when substitute Wbeymar Angulo equalised late on Velika Gorica. Perišić, who had helped Inter Milan win their first Serie A title in eleven years, marked his 100th appearance with his 28th goal, scoring from Luka Modrić's cross.

Saturday, 5 June 2021 - The Croatian squad arrive in Brussels ahead of their friendly match with Belgium tomorrow.

Sunday, 6 June 2021 - Belgium 1 Croatia 0 - Croatia suffered defeat in Belgium in their final warm-up game before facing England next Sunday. Inter Milan striker Romelu Lukaku scored the winner in the first half, spinning and finishing from close range following Jason Denayer's flick on.

Croatia Form: last six games
L L W W D L  f 9:a 6  success: 42%
330 17 November 2020 - Croatia 2 Portugal 3 [1-0]
Stadion Poljud, Split
Kovačić (2)
Dias (2), Félix
NLP HL
331 24 March 2021 - Slovenia 1 Croatia 0 [1-0]
Stadion Stožice, Ljubljana
Lovrić WCP AL
332 27 March 2021 - Croatia 1 Cyprus 0 [1-0]
Stadion HNK Rijeka, Rijeka
Pašalić HW
333 30 March 2021 - Croatia 3 Malta 0 [0-0]
Stadion HNK Rijeka, Rijeka
Perišić, Modrić (pen), Brekalo HW
334 1 June 2021 - Croatia 1 Armenia 1 [1-0]
ŠRC Velka Gorica-Gradski stadion, Velika Gorica
Perišić
Angulo
Fr HD
335 6 June 2021 - Belgium 1 Croatia 0 [1-0]
Stade Roi Baudouin, Bruxelles
Lukaku AL

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