Goalkeeper Danijel Subasic was the saint, sparing three spot-kicks after the match completed 1-1 following additional time.
A large number of Croatians commended their group’s emotional win against Denmark on punishments to achieve the World Container quarter-finals on Sunday. Goalkeeper Danijel Subasic was the saint, sparing three spot-kicks after the match completed 1-1 following additional time.
“Croatia in an insane dramatization broke Denmark with punishments and advanced to the quarter-finals, Subasic saint of the match!” said the Tportal site.
“Subasic, who spared three punishments, was a legend, while Ivan Rakitic scored the definitive punishment,” said the Vecernji Rundown day by day paper.
Fans watched the match live on mammoth screens all through the nation and commended the 3-2 win on punishments.
“Subasic spared us! He was a flat out saint of this intense match!” Fran Peric, 20, who watched the match in for Zagreb.
Fans, huge numbers of whom were wearing Croatia’s red-and-white shirts, were singing enthusiastic melodies, lighting flares and waving Croatian banners.
“Subasic safeguards three punishments and leads ‘Searing Ones’,” said the Sportske Novosti paper.
Croatia can coordinate the accomplishments of the 1998 group, who achieved the semi-finals, on the off chance that they beat Russia in Sochi on Saturday.