LONDON, KOMPAS.com – The national team of England placed on Sunday (11/18/2018) or on Monday in VIB, into the semi-finals of the UEFA league, after winning 2-1 against the Croatian national team in the final match of the Group 4 at the Vemblei Stadium.
England vs. Croatia is really a decisive duel. The winner of the match will redirect France from the top of the table and advance to the semifinals. However, the losing team will also automatically be transferred to league B.
Audience Vemblei was surprised by the goal of Andrej Kramaric in the 57th minute. However, the hosts managed to reverse things through Jesse Lingard (78 ') and Harri Kane (85').
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This victory not only passes England in the semifinals. The team, named The Three Lions, was also a successful vengeance for his defeat in the semi-finals of the World Cup in 2018.
England emerged as a group leader with a 7-point collection. They are ahead of Spain (6 points) and Croatia (4 points) degraded.
England 2-1 Croatia (Jesse Lingard 78, Harri Kane 85, Andrej Kramarić 57 & # 39;)
Composition of England vs. Croatia:
United Kingdom (4-4-1-1): 1-Jordan Pickford; 2-Kyle Walker, 6-John Stones, 5-Joe Gomez, 3-Ben Chilvell; 8-Fabian Delph (14-Jesse Lingard 73 & # 39;), 10-Raheem Sterling, 11-Marcus Rashford (17-Jadon Sancho 73 & # 39;), 4-Eric Dier; 7-Ross Barklei (20-Del Alli 63 & # 39;); 9-Harry Kane
Coach: Gareth Southgate
Croatia (4-2-3-1): 12-Lovre Kalinic; 21-Domagoj Vida, 6-Dejan Lovren, 2-Sime Vrsaljko (3-Antonio Milic 26 '), 16-Tin Jedvaj; 10-Luka Modric, 11.-Marcelo Brozovic; 4-Ivan Perisic, 8-Nikola Vlasic (17-Marko Rog 79 '), 18-Ante Rebic (7-Josip Brekalo 46'); 9-Andrej Kramarić
Coach: Zlatko Dalic