England v Croatia: Ivan Rakitic ruled out of key Nations League fixture

Kristopher Nichols
November 18, 2018

The winners of each of the four groups in League A advance to the final four of the competition.

"We will find a solution and we are going to Wembley to enjoy football".

A tame first half was followed by a frantic second as Croatia were twice pegged back by a rampant Spain side, Dani Ceballos levelling after Andrej Kramaric's opener, before a Sergio Ramos penalty cancelled out Jedvaj's first global goal.

"We will see who will replace him".

This has certainly been a year to cherish for England, who reached the World Cup semi-finals for just the third time and are reaping the rewards of Southgate's trust in youth.

'I'll try to get the best from my players'. "I'm happy with how we played even though there are things to improve".

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Croatia successfully stifled England in the semi-final and Rakitic gave an insight into how Dalic's men looked to target John Stones during the match.

Sergio Busquests spoke to TV station TDP after Spain's 3-2 away defeat to Croatia in the Nations League, their second loss in a row under Luis Enrique.

"But that game has no bearing on tomorrow's game".

"We're trying to break barriers down and play in a different way, a different style and we're getting better all the time so we're looking forward to the challenge tomorrow".

Once back in Catalonia, he'll undergo tests to determine the extent of the injury. So it's not that we wanted to show any disrespect to England but it is just in that moment all Croatians wanted to embrace all other Croatians! We've got huge respect for them, their players, their coach, their mentality.

"It's been really good for us as a way of learning and improving with and without the ball and gaining some belief".

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