Driven by a great Modric, Croatia won against Scotland (3–1) and won their ticket to the knockout stages of the Euros. Scotland is eliminated. The meeting between a vice-world champion, Croatia, and one who had not played in international competition since the 1998 World Cup, Scotland, turned out to be closer than expected. If both formations have failed to win at this Euro so far, it is ultimately the favorites that have gained the upper hand (3-1). A substitute since the start of the competition, Vlasic opened the scoring for the first time with a header from Perisic (17th). Scotland scored their first goal in this Euro thanks to an out-of-the-box strike from McGregor (42nd). In the second half, Croatia finally took the game into their own hands. 2018 Ballon d’Or Luka Modric gave his team the advantage back with a brilliant strike from outside the leg, which came to find the skylight of Livkovic (62nd). Ivan Perisic knocked out his opponents at a corner (77th). read also Croatia-Scotland match movie With this defeat and just one point in three matches, Scotland bid goodbye to the Euros. For their part, Croatia was intimidated but qualified by finishing second in Group D after the Czech Republic’s defeat (0–1) against England. For more information to come… read also Euro. Classification of Group D
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