How To Watch TV Argentina vs Croatia: live FIFA World Cup 2022 free and mobile TV

The Argentina – Croatia match will be played live at Lusail Iconic Stadium from 16:00, where only one team will remain in the race for the dream. To follow the semifinal game, you can follow the broadcast on TV Pública or Televisión Pública Argentina on all its platforms, or by accessing the website Lionel Scaloni defines the team with which he will try to defeat the Balkans with the doubt of Leandro Paredes in the midfield or Ángel Di María. Marcos Acuña and Gonzalo Montiel will be the two absentees due to suspension.

There are just over 4 hours left for the start of the first semifinal to be played in the city of Lusail. The big doubt is still a single piece, where Scaloni’s options are Ángel Di María or Leandro Paredes. The “Fideo” is recovering from muscular discomfort and the last match he played from the start was against Poland. Against Australia he did not play and against the Netherlands, he came on only in the last minutes. With Di María, the team recovers the individual imbalance to generate danger in the solid Croatian defense.

The coach knows that the key to the match will be to take the ball away from them in order to cut off their virtuous game circuit, where everything is connected from Luka Modric’s feet. That they cannot string passes together, that they start to feel uncomfortable from the loss of possession. Argentina has the soccer resources and the personality to achieve this. They showed it against the Netherlands, who for a long time showed superiority on the field.

It will not be easy, and this scenario of difficulty is logical. The team has come from strength to strength, with the drive, courage and character of its captain that has led the group to this stage. In addition, it continues to offer illusions to dream of a third World Cup.

Scaloni would opt for: Emiliano Martínez; Nahuel Molina, Cristian Romero, Nicolás Otamendi, Nicolás Tagliafico; Rodrigo De Paul, Enzo Fernández, Alexis Mac Allister; Lionel Messi, Ángel Di María and Julián Álvarez. On Zlatko Dalic’s side, there is only one position up front that the coach is rotating. Thus, the Balkan team would go with Dominik Livakovic; Josip Juranovic, Dejan Lovren, Josko Gvardiol, Borna Sosa; Luka Modric, Marcelo Brozovic, Mateo Kovacic; Andrej Kramaric, Pasalic and Ivan Perisic.

Argentina – Croatia live: schedule, betting odds and match details

How to watch Argentina – Croatia live on TV Pública?

All Albiceleste matches will be shown on TV Pública or Televisión Pública Argentina, Argentina’s free-to-air TV system. The station is also on cable: Personal Flow 11 (HD), Telecentre 8 (HD) and DirecTV 121.

If you live in Argentina, you can access the website, register your data and enjoy the free signal of today’s match. You can also access the channel on Cablevisión Flow, Telecentre Play, or DirecTV GO platforms.

To do this, just go to the Google Play app store on our smart TV, search for the VLC player and proceed with its installation. Once this is done, from the menu option Media > Open network location, we can enter the URL of the channel we want to play and that’s it.

Watch, Argentina – Croatia live via TyC Sports
It is possible to watch Argentina – Croatia live via mobile app from any device for the first date of group C of the World Cup Qatar 2022, you must subscribe to TyC Sports Play. The broadcast will be available on Cablevisión channels 21 and 101 (HD), DirecTV channels 629 and 1629 (HD) and Telecentre channels 106 and 1016 (HD), among others.

On computers, cell phones and tablets, the option to follow the match between the Albiceleste and the Albirroja will be TyC Sports Play, or the TyC Sports signal through platforms such as Cablevisión Flow, DirecTV Go and Telecentre Play, exclusively for cable operators customers.

Watch, Argentina – Croatia live via DirecTV Sports
To get started, you must be a DIRECTV customer and have a MyDIRECTV account. Then, download the DIRECTV GO application or access it from your computer, and that’s it. You can now enjoy the channels of your plan: HBO GO, FOX APP, TNT GO, Space GO, DIRECTV Sports, and ESPN Play.

After downloading DIRECTV GO you can use it on your tablet or smartphone. To do so, look for the icon on the screen and enter the application. Once inside the app, on the home page, you will find all the news from the world of sports. You will be able to get more information just by touching them.

What time does Argentina – Netherlands play in Lusail?
The quarterfinal match between Argentina – Netherlands live at Lusail Stadium is scheduled for this Friday, December 9 from 16:00 hours in Argentina, Chile, Brazil and Uruguay; 15:00 hours in Bolivia and Venezuela; 14:00 hours in Peru, Ecuador and Colombia; 13:00 hours in Mexico and the United States; 20:00 hours in Spain.

Schedule which channels are broadcasting, Argentina – Croatia live
We leave you a list of TV channels where Argentina – Croatia will be broadcasted live for the first semifinal of the World Cup Qatar 2022 at Lusail Stadium. Consider also the schedules by country, so as not to miss any detail of a crucial match of life or death.

In Argentina from 16:00 hours via TV Pública and TyC Sports.
In Brazil from 16:00 hours via TV Globo.
In Bolivia from 15:00 hours via Red Uno, Tigo Sports.
In Colombia from 2:00 p.m. via Caracol, RCN and DirecTV Sports.
In Chile from 4:00 p.m. via Canal 13, TVN and DirecTV Sports.
In Ecuador from 2:00 p.m. via ECDF and DirecTV Sports.
In Peru from 2:00 p.m. via Latina and DirecTV Sports.
In Paraguay from 3:00 p.m. via Tigo Sports and SNT.
In Uruguay from 4:00 p.m. via ANTEL and DirecTV Sports.
In Venezuela from 3:00 p.m. via Televen.
In Mexico from 1:00 p.m. via Televisa and TV Azteca.
In Spain from 9:00 p.m. via TVE and Teledeporte.
In the United States from 1:00 p.m. via FOX Sports.

Who will be the referee for Argentina – Croatia in Doha?
After so much talk about the Spanish referee Antonio Mateu Lahoz in the match against the Netherlands in the quarterfinals, much of the attention was on who will be the referee for the first semifinal of the World Cup. Finally, it was learned that Daniele Orsato will be the chosen one. A well-known name who already directed the ‘Scaloneta’ in the second match of the group stages against Mexico.

In that match, the 47-year-old Italian gave 34 fouls, 15 in favor of Mexico and 19 in Argentina’s favor, marked 6 offside positions, and cautioned five players, four of them Aztecs (Gonzalo Montiel on our side). These figures are a far cry from the 48 infractions and 15 cards issued (14 yellow and one red) by the Spaniard last Friday in the Argentina-Netherlands match.

Main Referee: Daniele Orsato (Italy)
First Assistant: Ciro Carbone (Italy)
Second Assistant: Alessandro Giallatini (Italy)
Fourth official: Mohammed Abdulla Mohammed (United Arab Emirates)
VAR Referee: Massimiliano Irrati (Italy)
VAR assistant: Paolo Valeri (Italy)
Offside VAR: Kathryn Nesbitt (USA)
Support VAR: Juan Soto (Venezuela)

Match history, Argentina – Croatia in World Cups
The two countries have met twice in the history of World Cups; however, they have met five times in total. The first one was on June 4, 1994, and ended 0-0; the next one, on March 2, 2006, and the Croatians smiled for the 3-2 victory; and the last one took place on November 12, 2014, with an Albiceleste victory 2-1 with goals by Cristian Ansaldi and Messi from a penalty. Ahmad Sharbini had given the Europeans the lead. Below, a review of the protagonists in the World Cup.

Argentina – Croatia in World Cup France 1998
Argentina 1-0 Croatia: both teams met for the first time in an ecumenical event in the first occasion in which the Europeans were present and even achieved a historic third place. The match was the third matchday of Group H and was played on June 26 at the Stade du Parc Lescure in Bordeaux. The only goal of the match belonged to the Albiceleste then coached by Daniel Alberto Passarella and was scored by Mauricio Pineda at 36′.

Argentina – Croatia in World Cup Russia 2018
Argentina 0-3 Croatia: the last time they met in a World Cup was in Russia 2018, on June 21 at the Nizhny Novgorod stadium, on the second day of the first stage. Zlatko Dalić’s team (same coach as today) took advantage of a weak Argentina and opened the match with Ante Rabic’s goal after a mistake by goalkeeper Wilfredo Caballero.

From there, the team with Jorge Sampaoli as coach fell apart and the Europeans, who were later runners-up after losing the final against France, settled the story with goals by Luka Modric and Ivan Rakitic. For the Albiceleste, who had drawn with Iceland in their debut, it was a shock and forced them to win the last game against Nigeria to reach the round of 16.

Lionel Messi and all the records he holds and pursues
Messi’s list of records keeps growing. In the match against the Dutch, he reached, with 10 goals, the number of goals scored by an Argentine player in a World Cup, held by Gabriel Batistuta, and if he scores again, he would set a new record. Messi has now scored four goals in this World Cup, which also puts him on the heels of the leader of the top scorers’ table, France’s Kylian Mbappé. Here, are more facts about Argentina’s No. 10.

Messi is one of six men to have played in five World Cups, along with Antonio Carbajal, Lothar Matthäus, Rafa Márquez, Guillermo Ochoa, Andrés Guardado and Cristiano Ronaldo.
Messi has played 24 World Cup games, just one game behind the record held by Lothar Matthäus. La Pulga will claim that record alone if he plays in the semifinals and the next round (either the third-place match or the final).
Messi and Rafa Márquez share the record of games played in World Cups as captain with 18, followed by Diego Armando Maradona (16).
Paolo Maldini holds the record for the most minutes played in soccer’s top competition: 2,217. Messi has 2,104 and could break the record if Argentina’s semifinal against Croatia goes to extra time.
Messi is the only player to have registered at least one assist in five World Cups. His immediate pursuers are Pele, Grzegorz Lato, Maradona and David Beckham, who each provided assists in three editions.

Pelé holds the record for most assists in the knockout stages (6). Messi has 5 to his credit.
Gabriel Batistuta and Messi are Argentina’s top scorers at World Cups, with 10 goals each. They are followed by Diego Armando Maradona (8), Guillermo Stábile (8), Mario Kempes (6), and Gonzalo Higuaín (5).
Messi is the only player to have scored in the World Cup as a teenager (under 20), 20-year-old and 30-year-old. Pele was only four months short of that same achievement.
Messi scored his first and – for the moment – his last World Cup goal at 16 years and 176 days apart. The next longest gap in the history of the competition belongs to Cristiano Ronaldo, with 16 years and 160 days.

Individual duels of Argentina – Croatia that you will be able to see
A match that very few imagined would take place in the semifinals. But since soccer is not about merit, this Tuesday Argentina – Croatia play in Doha to qualify for the final. Below, we describe the possible rivalries that will take place at the Lusail Stadium on Tuesday, December 13 at 4:00 pm.

Messi vs Modric, the ’10′, captaincy and ball control
Undisputed leaders of Argentina and Croatia. Captains by right. They give shine to the number 10. Two of the best friends of the ball. Lionel Messi considered one of the best players in history, and Luka Modrić, also installed on Olympus. They represent the great hope of the Albiceleste and Chess dreams. Much of the fate of the match will depend on their performance. They are the lighthouse and the light that guides the destinies of their teams. Both are trying to put the finishing touch to two indelible careers. They have starred in almost thirty spectacular duels, at the national team level, with Messi at Barcelona and PSG, and Modrić always at Real Madrid. The balance is slightly in favor of the Croatian.

Dibu Martíne vs Dominik Livakovic, two locks in goal
Aston Villa’s Argentinian goalkeeper and Dinamo Zagreb’s Croatian have a good part of the responsibility for their teams to be in the semifinals. Emiliano ‘Dibu’ Martínez avoided extra time against Australia with a last-minute intervention and in the penalty shootout, he stopped the ‘Oranje’. Dominik Livaković saved three penalties against Japan and another against Brazil after stopping all the Canarinha’s approaches.

De Paul vs Brozovic, a character in midfield
Eight times they have faced each other in Serie A when Rodrigo De Paul played for Udinese against Marcelo Brozović’s Inter. They have plenty of character to handle the midfield. Both perform better and better in their national teams. The Argentine has a more offensive positioning than the Croatian, who plays as an anchor alongside Modrić and Mateo Kovačić. Lionel Scaloni and Zlatko Dalić know that they are the two players to manage the tempo of the match.

Otamendi and Romero vs. Lovren and Gvardiol, the full-backs
Both Scaloni and Dalić have opted for a similar formula for the backline, an experienced, veteran center back, seasoned in a thousand battles, over 30 years old, like Nicolás Otamendi and Dejan Lovren, and another young, in frank evolution like Cristian Romero and Joško Gvardiol. Both have been a perfect cocktail. In fact, the two central markers are among the five with the most successful clearances at the World Cup: Gvardiol leads with 32 and Lovren ranks fourth with 28.

How has Argentina fared in the World Cup semifinals?
Today’s match at Lusail Stadium would be the fifth meeting that Argentina’s national team has played in World Cups. Here, we give you an account of the opponents and the results in the World Cups Uruguay 1930, Mexico 1986, Italy 1990 and Brazil 2014, of which they won all of them and two of them were penalties. It should be noted that although it was champion in Argentina in 1978, at that time the finalists were decided through a second round.

Argentina 6-1 United States (Uruguay 1930): In the first World Cup in history, the Albiceleste defeated the Americans 6-1 with goals by Luis Monti, Alejandro Scopelli, Guillermo Stábile, twice, and Carlos Pucelle, also twice. Then, in the final, they lost 4-2 to Uruguay.

Argentina 2-0 Belgium (Mexico 1986): In the World Cup in which the team coached by Carlos Bilardo was consecrated by Diego Maradona, who was fundamental in the semifinal against the Europeans as he scored the two goals that allowed the team to reach the final. In the final match against Germany, Argentina won 3-2 and won the Olympic lap.

Argentina 1-1 Italy (Italy 1990): In the World Cup following the title, Argentina left Brazil in the round of 16, Yugoslavia in the quarterfinals on penalties, and in the semis, they drew 1-1 with the local team, but thanks to the great figure of Sergio Goycochea, they won 4-3 on penalties. They then lost 1-0 to Germany.

Argentina 0-0 Netherlands (Brazil 2014): In the last edition in which the Albiceleste played a decisive instance, they managed to advance to the final – in which they lost to Germany 1-0 – after beating the Netherlands (then Holland) on penalties 4-2 after a goalless draw.

The voice of the protagonists, Argentina – Croatia
Nicolás Tagliafico: “Messi has always been like that. He’s our captain, our leader, the one who drives us, the one who motivates us, the one who gives you a plus. When you are on the field we know we have him and that motivates us and helps us to know that we can do a little more,” said the player.

Lionel Scaloni: “I know him and he has always been like that. It’s not the coaching staff’s merit, it’s his merit. He has a pride and a desire to continue playing football that I envy”, said the coach. “The illusion belongs to all Argentines. That is evident. This team plays for and for them, for their families, for the people and we are tremendously grateful to the Argentinean fans who made a great effort, because we all know how hard it is to come here, and to those who are in Argentina watching and suffering the matches. We hope to give our best and then time will tell what will happen in these matches”, he emphasized.

Ivan Perisic: “It is an incredible feeling to have reached the semifinal, but as players, we want to reach the final and we will do our best”, said Perisic, who assured that “Argentina is a great team”. He considered it very difficult to compare this match with the one against England four years ago and said that what they have to do is “go out and play as well as possible from minute one to minute ninety, in defense and in attack because it is essential”.

Zlatko Dalic: “We have analyzed them, we know how they play and how they want the game to go, but as always I am optimistic. I have full confidence in my players,” said the Balkan coach, who added that his players have shown “character” in the tournament. “We are not talking about whether we have strength, energy and enthusiasm. That is not in doubt. We are in the semifinals of the World Cup. We know how much we have to spend and we are ready for it. All the players are fit and healthy.”

Player highlights ahead of Argentina – Croatia
Lionel Messi will make 25 appearances and catch up with Germany’s Lothar Matthäus (25 caps) at the top of the all-time FIFA World Cup appearances table. The current captain has 4 goals, and 2 assists and is the top player in shots (26) and fouls conceded (18) at Qatar 2022. Together with Gabriel Batistuta, he shares the 1st place among Argentine World Cup goal scorers (10).

Ivan Perisic participated in 10 goals in 15 matches played in World Cups (6 goals and 4 assists). He leads Croatia in shots (13) and is the first player to score 10 goals for his national team in major competitions (6 in World Cups and 4 in European Championships). At the same time, he is the first Croatian to convert and assist in 3 different editions of the World Cup (Brazil 2014, Russia 2018 and Qatar 2022). He shares first place with Davor Suker as the top scorer of his national team in the World Cup (6).

Dominik Livaković was decisive in Croatia’s path in the World Cup. He saved 3 penalty kicks in the definition against Japan in the Round of 16 and saved 1 penalty kick against Brazil in the Quarterfinals, where he broke Qatar’s record of saves in a single match (11).

Emiliano Martinez was decisive in his team’s arrival at the Qatar 2022 Semifinals. El Dibu saved a key one-on-one in the last 16 matches against Garang Kuol of Australia and then saved two penalties in the quarterfinal against the Netherlands.

Andrej Kramaric is Croatia’s top scorer at Qatar 2022 (2). His teammate Dejan Lovren is leading the European team in terms of passes (425). Meanwhile, Mateo Kovacic is the most accurate when distributing the ball (93%). Captain Luka Modric will reach 18 appearances with the national team at the World Cup (player with the most appearances for his country in the history of the tournament: 2 in 2006, 3 in 2014, 7 in 2018, 5 in 2022). The Ballon d’Or in Russia 2018 accumulates 6 wins, 8 draws and 3 defeats in FIFA World Cups.

Nicolás Otamendi is one of the three Argentines who played 549 minutes in Qatar 2022 along with Emiliano Martínez and Lionel Messi. The defender contributed 12 saves, and 31 clearances and is on the overall passing podium (455). Julián Álvarez has 17 appearances and 5 goals with the Albiceleste, 2 for the World Cup. In 2022 (club and national team) he totaled 29 goals in 57 appearances.


Eight key facts you should know about Argentina – Croatia.
It will be the third meeting between Argentines and Croatians in World Cups and the first in knockout rounds – Argentina won 1-0 at the 1998 World Cup in France, while Croatia won 3-0 in Russia in 2018.
Argentina is seeking to reach the World Cup final for the sixth time, a record second only to Germany (8). They have never been eliminated in the semifinals, the last time, in 2014, they knocked out the Netherlands.
Croatia lost the final in 2018 and could become the fourth European nation to reach consecutive World Cup finals after Italy (1934, 1938), Netherlands (1974, 1978) and Germany (1982, 1986, 1990).
Close to reaching its second consecutive final, Croatia has not opened the scoring in any of its last nine FIFA World Cup matches since a 2-1 win over Iceland in the 2018 group stage. That’s the furthest a team has gone in the competition without scoring first in any of its matches.
Argentina scored first in all five matches at Qatar 2022, but could not win, in regulation time, after taking a two-goal lead for the first time in a World Cup match in its 2-2 draw with the Netherlands. Moreover, 12 of the last 13 goals they have conceded in World Cups have come in the second half of matches.
If Lionel Messi plays, he will equal Lothar Matthäus as the player with the most appearances in World Cup history (25). In addition, he is already Argentina’s top scorer in the competition (10, the same as Gabriel Batistuta) and is one assist away from equaling Diego Maradona’s overall record of eight assists in World Cups (since 1966).
Argentina’s Lionel Messi scored and assisted in three different World Cup matches, including two in the current edition (against Mexico and the Netherlands). Since 1966, no player has ever done so in four different matches.

Luka Modric is the player who has played the most World Cup matches (17) and the most matches between World Cups and EUROs (30) for Croatia. He has started all five matches at the 2022 World Cup and could become the fourth player to start six at a World Cup over the age of 37, after Nilton Santos of Brazil in 1962, Dino Zoff of Italy in 1982 and Peter Shilton of England in 1990.

Who will not play in Argentina – Croatia?
Mateu Lahoz, the controversial referee of the Argentina – Netherlands match at the Qatar 2022 World Cup, issued 17 yellow cards in the match, and his refereeing was highly criticized, especially by the Albicelestes. Nine Argentines were cautioned, including Lionel Messi, the team’s star player. What happens with these yellow cards for the semifinal match against Croatia? Who can and cannot play?

FIFA’s World Cup regulations make it clear: “If a player or member of the coaching staff is cautioned in two different matches, an automatic suspension will be imposed and he will not be allowed to participate in his national team’s next match.”

Marcos Acuña, Cristian Romero, Lisandro Martínez, Leandro Paredes, Lionel Messi, Nicolás Otamendi, Gonzalo Montiel and Germán Pezzella, as well as coach Lionel Scaloni, received yellow cards in the quarterfinal. Two of them had yellow cards from matches in the group stage. Marcos Acuña in the match against Poland and Gonzalo Montiel in the match against Mexico. As both were cautioned against the Netherlands, they must serve a one-match ban and will not be able to play in the semifinal against Croatia.

What do bookmakers say about Argentina – Croatia?
Undoubtedly, something that is always expected are the bookmakers. Since yesterday, millions of people have decided to bet on one of the two teams. Below, take a look at what these companies say that will pay more if the bet goes in favor of Croatia and less if the triumph goes in favor of Argentina. Here are the odds:


Argentina win: 1.75
Draw: 3.30
Croatia win: 5.50

Argentina win: 1.85
Draw: 3.30
Croatia win: 4.60

Argentina win: 1.80
Draw: 3.40
Croatia win: 4.75

How did Argentina fare playing on Tuesday the 13th?
Superstitious people say that Tuesday the 13th is always a bad luck day. On this date, Argentina and Croatia meet, and despite this fact, fans hope that the Argentine National Team can come out victorious to qualify to the final.

In total, throughout its history, the Argentine National Team has played a total of eight matches on Tuesdays. The record shows three wins, three draws and two defeats. For the first time, they will play a match in the framework of the highest world championship and, no less, in a semifinal.

13/05/1919 – Argentina 2-3 Uruguay – Copa América
13/03/1956 – Argentina 0-0 México – Panamericano
13/03/1962 – Argentina 1-1 Uruguay – Amistoso
13/05/1980 – Argentina 1-3 Inglaterra – Amistoso
13/07/2004 – Argentina 4-2 Uruguay – Copa América
13/10/2015 – Argentina 0-0 Paraguay – Eliminatorias
13/06/2017 – Argentina 6-0 Singapore – Amistoso
13/10/2020 – Argentina 2-1 Bolivia – Eliminatorias

Who are the top scorers of the Argentina National Team?
Argentina’s top scorers in World Cups: Gabriel Batistuta (10), Lionel Messi (9), Diego Maradona, Guillermo Stábile (8), Mario Kempes (6), Gonzalo Higuain (5). Argentine players with a hat-trick in World Cups: Guillermo Stábile vs. Mexico (Uruguay 1930), Gabriel Batistuta vs. Greece (USA 1994) and vs. Jamaica (France 1998), Gonzalo Higuaín vs. Korea Rep. (South Africa 2010). Argentina’s top appearances in FIFA World Cups: Lionel Messi (23 PJ), Diego Armando Maradona (21 PJ), Javier Mascherano (20 PJ), Mario Kempes (18 PJ), Oscar Ruggeri, Angel Di Maria (16 PJ).

Who are the top scorers of the Croatia national team?
Croatia’s top scorers at FIFA World Cups: Davor Suker, Ivan Perisic (6), Mario Mandzukic (5), Andrej Kramaric (3), Luka Modric, Ivica Olic, Robert Prosinecki (2). No players with hat-tricks in World Cups.

Who are Croatia’s top scorers?
Croatia’s top scorers in FIFA World Cups: Davor Suker, Ivan Perisic (6), Mario Mandzukic (5), Andrej Kramaric (3), Luka Modric, Ivica Olic, Robert Prosinecki (2). It does not record players with hat-tricks in World Cups.

How many millions of dollars did Argentina secure by qualifying for the semifinal?
Today, Argentina is among the four best teams in the world and in a few hours it will decide whether it will play in the Qatar 2022 final against Croatia. Glory is the main motivating factor for the players, but in the background, there is also an economic incentive that is difficult to ignore due to the figures that FIFA manages for those who go far in the tournament.

Before the start of the event, soccer’s supreme governing body had already announced in 2020 that it would have a budget of 1,696 million dollars to invest. Of that total, 26% was to be allocated to prizes for the national teams. This is equal to 440 million and the amount increases for each stage advanced in the tournament.

For reaching the semifinals, the ‘Scaloneta’, together with Croatia, Morocco and France, was awarded 25 million dollars, a number that can continue to climb if they advance to the final match. Whoever wins the star on December 18 at the Lusail Iconic Stadium will earn 47 million dollars, while the runner-up will pocket 30 million.

How will the Argentina National Team line up for today’s match?
Emiliano Martínez; Nahuel Molina, Cristian Romero, Nicolás Otamendi, Nicolás Tagliafico; Rodrigo De Paul, Enzo Fernández or Leandro Paredes, Alexis Mac Allister; Ángel Di María, Julián Álvarez and Lionel Messi.

How will the Croatian National Team line up for today’s match?
Dominik Livakovic; Josip Juranovic, Dejan Lovren, Josko Gvardiol, Borna Sosa; Luka Modric, Marcelo Brozovic, Mateo Kovacic; Andrej Kramaric, Pasalic and Ivan Perisic.

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