The Croatian national football team is on the brink of making history as they face off against Armenia in their final match for a spot in the European Championship in Germany. With a victory, coach Zlatko Dalić will become the first person to take Croatia to a major competition four times. Fans are eagerly anticipating this crucial game and expect nothing less than a win from their beloved team.
The starting lineup for Croatia will remain the same as in their last match, with Livaković, Stanišić, Šutalo, Erlić, and Gvardiol in defense, Modrić and Brozović anchoring the midfield, and Majer, Kramarić, and Ivanušec leading the attack. However, there are concerns about minor injuries to some players that could impact their performance on the field.
This match carries significant financial implications for the Croatian Football Association as UEFA awards all national teams that qualify for the European Championship with 9.25 million euros. Dalić has made it clear that winning this tournament is crucial for Croatia’s future success and has been taking every aspect of this game seriously. Luka Modrić may play his final match for the national team against Armenia if they emerge victorious.
If Croatia beats Armenia, Luka Modrić will have an opportunity to say goodbye to his fans with one last performance on a grand stage. But before he can do that, he must help lead his team past Armenia in what promises to be an intense battle for supremacy on the field.
Croatia’s “D-Day” is here as they prepare to face off against Armenia for a place in the European Championship in Germany. A win over the 95th national team in the world would secure them a spot at one of Europe’s biggest sporting events.
Coach Zlatko Dalić has been working tirelessly to ensure that his team is ready for this important contest. He knows that anything less than victory would be considered a disappointment by fans who have high expectations for him and his squad.
Despite some minor injuries among key players like Luka Modrić, Dalić is confident that his starting lineup remains strong enough to handle whatever challenges come their way.
The financial implications of this match are significant as well since winning will earn Croatian Football Association 9.25 million euros from UEFA.
For Luka Modrić personally, this could be his last game representing Croatia on such an international stage so it’s important he gives everything he’s got during this final showdown.
Ultimately it will be up to Croatian players to give it their best shot on field and overcome any obstacles they might encounter during this critical match towards securing a place in Euro 2020 tournament held in Germany which could make history if achieved successfully by coach Zlatko Dalic