Croatia is on the brink of qualifying for the European Championship. Two years ago, they defeated Russia in a rain-soaked Poljud stadium to secure a spot in the World Cup in Qatar. And two years earlier, they won against Slovakia in Rujevica to win the Euro. Tonight at 8:45 p.m., Vatreni will play a decisive match against Armenia at Maksimir stadium for a place in Germany’s Euros tournament.
A win tonight would mean qualification for Croatia, but even a draw would be enough if it matches the result between Wales and Turkey. However, finishing first place is also crucial, which can only be achieved with a victory against Armenia and a Welsh loss to Turkey. Luka Modrić is expected to play his last match at Maksimir stadium, and more than 20 thousand fans are expected to attend and cheer on the ‘firemen.’
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