Croatia vs England

Croatia vs England, FIFA World Cup 2018 Football Semi Final Live Score: Harry Kane Key As England Face Stern Croatia Test

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Just one match separates England from their first World Cup final since 1966 and Croatia from their maiden appearance in the summit clash of the mega event as the two sides set to lock horns in the mouth-watering FIFA World Cup 2018 semi-final clash at Luzhniki Stadium on Wednesday. As World Cup fever builds at home, England are avoiding the hype as coach Gareth Southgate prepares his team in their tranquil base near St. Petersburg for their first semi-final since 1990. England progressed to the last four of football’s

21:50 IST: Croatia have one of the most enviable midfields in world football. Luka Modric, Ivan Rakitic, Ivan Perisic, Mateo Kovacic have all established themselves as some of Croatia’s best-ever midfielders, which is no mean feat considering who has come before them.

21:45 IST: Croatia football team depart for Luzhniki for the marquee clash against England, a final berth at stake!

hours to go! #CRO departs to Luzhniki Stadium.#BeProud #CROENG #WorldCup #Vatreni pic.twitter.com/aFJTjwMOAE
— HNS | CFF (@HNS_CFF) July 11, 2018

21:40 IST: The calm before the storm, inside the England football team dressing room at Luzhniki Stadium, Moscow.

All quiet in the #ThreeLions dressing room. The squad will be arriving at the Luzhniki Stadium soon, with team news to follow. pic.twitter.com/XV3pPRZRdA
— England (@England) July 11, 2018

21:33 IST: Nearly two hours to kick-off!

21:32 IST: Harry Kane’s tally of six goals would have been enough to win the adidas Golden Boot in 11 previous tournaments:

Six goals: 2014, 1998, 1994, 1990, 1986, 1982, 1978

Five goals: 2010, 2006, 1934

Four goals: 1962

21:31 IST: Eight of England’s 11 goals at Russia 2018 have come from set-pieces – the most by a team at a World Cup since Portugal’s eight in 1966.

21:30 IST: Time for a quick look at the numbers: Both sides have scored in five of the last six meetings, with England clocking 18 goals in the process.

21:20 IST: Luzhniki Stadium saw Russia’s memorable triumph on penalties over Spain. With this its sixth game of the tournament, it knows how to cope with drama, so brace yourself for plenty more later.

21:18 IST: Rewind the time, Spain football team won the FIFA World Cup 2010 on this day, glorious memories.

On this day in 2010, @SeFutbol won the #WorldCup in South Africa!

More stats and facts from #WorldCup history: https://t.co/AOxS46kZYO pic.twitter.com/z4PH5cgqci

— FIFA World Cup (@FIFAWorldCup) July 11, 2018

21:15 IST: Croatia Prime Minister Andrej Plenkovic and Speaker of the Croatian Parliament Gordan Jandrokovic are in Moscow for the marquee clash.

#Croatia Prime Minister Andrej Plenkovi and Speaker of the Croatian Parliament Gordan Jandrokovi are welcomed by HNS/CFF president Davor uker and head coach Zlatko Dali as they come to support #CRO in today’s #WorldCup semifinals!#BeProud #CROENG pic.twitter.com/T1rKAuFVrQ
— HNS | CFF (@HNS_CFF) July 11, 2018

21:10 IST: England football fans are in readiness for the crucial semi-final against Croatia. “It’s coming home…” they believe!

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— England (@England) July 11, 2018

21:00 IST: Hello and welcome to the live commentary from the second semi-final between Croatia and England.

Southgate has told his players they have the potential to be bigger heroes even than the team featuring Bobby Moore and Bobby Charlton that win on home soil in 1966. Captain Harry Kane is leading England’s charge with six goals so far, putting him top in the race for the Golden Boot. Lukaku is on four goals and Griezmann and Mbappe have three each. Croatia can count on Real Madrid’s