2018 Season

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2018 Schedule
3rd in UEFA Nations League
How Spain dismantled the World Cup runners-up (2:29)
Extra Time: Modric deserving of accolades? Weah a U.S. star? (10:41)
Spain 6-0 Croatia: La Roja stun World Cup runners-up (2:51)
Isco continues the goalfest with Spain's sixth (0:38)
Ramos gets in on the scoring for 5-star Spain (0:32)
Rodrigo adds to the lead with Spain's fourth (0:45)
Asensio's strike deflects in off Croatia keeper (0:58)
Asensio scores his first Spain goal in style (0:41)
Saul heads Spain into the lead (0:37)
Portugal 1-1 Croatia: Perisic & Pepe on the scoresheet (1:53)
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12dChris Wright

WC photographer receives Mandzukic gift

Yuri Cortez was knocked off his stool and engulfed by a muddle of Croatian players after Mario Mandzukic scored against England in the semifinals.

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Subasic third to quit after Croatia's WC run

Danijel Subasic is retiring from international football, becoming the third Croatia player to leave the national team since the World Cup final.

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36dDermot Corrigan

Kalinic explains Croatia World Cup medal snub

Kalinic was sent home by national coach Zlatko Dalic after refusing to come on as a substitute during the team's opening game against Nigeria.

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FIFA The Best: Mbappe, Modric in; Neymar out

World Cup stars Kylian Mbappe and Luka Modric are among the contenders to end Cristiano Ronaldo's hold on FIFA's The Best Men's Player award.

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Croatia's Kalinic declines World Cup medal

Kalinic, sent home following the 2-0 victory over Nigeria in their opening match, reportedly said: "Thank you, but I did not play in Russia."

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60dMark Ogden, Senior Writer ESPN FC

FA won't appeal fan ban vs. Croatia - sources

Gareth Southgate's team are due to meet their World Cup runners-up on Oct. 12, just three months after the semifinal defeat.

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Croatia given heroes' welcome after return

Tens of thousands of people turned up at a celebration for Croatia in Zagreb on Monday despite their loss to France in the World Cup final.