FIFA World Cup: The most expensive Croatia Football World Cup team player

Posted by World Wide Tickets And Hospitality on December 3rd, 2021

The Transfer market gateway has issued the transfer value of Croatian football players, and the most luxurious plays in the English Premier League. Eleven players improved in value whilst six dropped in worth on the transfer market. Croatian Mateo Kovacic has the highest market value, at a projected 45 million euros. He received a call up for the 2014 Football World Cup qualification matches in March 2013.

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He made his senior introduction in a World Cup qualification game against Serbia on 22 March 2013, playing as a central midfielder together with Luka Modric, as an alternative of a regular team starter, Ognjen Vukojevic.  Four days advance, he played against Wales at the Liberty Stadium, coming on as a second-half extra in a 1–2 win. His third game of the campaign came in June.

When Croatia Football world cup team faced Scotland in Zagreb and suffered an annoying defeat, as they were unable to score despite a string of good chances. By the end of the FIFA World Cup qualifiers, Kovacic made two more attendances for Croatia. For more to know about FIFA World Cup Tickets Click here.

As Croatia shabby into the Football World Cup play-offs having taken only one point from their last four qualifiers. Although he did not contribute in the scoreless first leg of the play-off against Iceland in Reykjavik. Kovacic started the second and conclusive leg between the two national teams in Zagreb, making an assist for the team\'s second goal as they reached the 2014 Football World Cup Final by 2–0 combined.

On 2 June 2014, Kovacic was completed as a member of Niko Kovac’s World Cup squad. He was in Croatia\'s starting team for the opening game of the Football World Cup, in which Croatia give 3–1 defeat to World Cup hosts Brazil at the Arena Corinthians, Sao Paulo.

On 4 June 2018, Kovacic was selected in Zlatko Dalic’s 23-man squad for the 2018 FIFA World Cup. Kovacic provided an assist to his teammate Ivan Rakitic as he scored the Croatia Football World Cup team third goal in a 3–0 win over Argentina in their second group stage match of the tournament. France beat Croatia in the final on 15 July.

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