Watch Croatia Vs. Denmark 2018 FIFA World Cup Live Stream

Watch Croatia Vs. Denmark 2018 FIFA World Cup Live Stream

Kwese's Andrew Kabuura and Daniel Amokachi point to Spain's record against host nations in World Cups following their shock defeat againt Russian Federation.

Rakitic made the comments about Eriksen ahead of World Cup last-16 tie between Croatia and Denmark on Sunday evening.

Croatia then went on to 3-2 win Denmark in nail-biting penalties, thanks to the heroics of Subasic. Croatia have impressed with their attacking abilities whereas Denmark have been a ideal mix of creative play and a pragmatic approach.

Despite a pulsating start to the match, both sides would ultimately fail to find the back of the net for the remaining 85 minutes, and so the match entered extra-time for only the second time during this year's World Cup finals.

Zlatko Dalic's side return to Nizhny Novgorod, the scene of its 3-0 group-stage win over Argentina, for a World Cup last-16 clash against a Denmark team which is unbeaten in 18 official matches. You can stream every World Cup match on fuboTV (Try for free).

Given their high profiles, plenty of focus has fallen on how they will get on in Nizhny Novgorod, with their rivalry widely portrayed as being crucial to how Sunday's game will unfold.

That left Croatia on the brink of winning it - and Rakitic obliged, rolling his penalty into the corner to spark huge celebrations.

It promises to be a fascinating encounter as Croatia take on Denmark for a place in the quarterfinals.

Denmark have relied upon the considerable creative talents of Christian Eriksen to provide their spark so far, and that's unlikely to change against Croatia. What a match this is turning out to be, 2 goals under five minutes.

Luka Modric, the Real Madrid maestro who pulls the strings at the heart of the Croatia midfield, has been one of the best players so far in Russian Federation and Denmark will have to limit his influence to introduce any of their own.

After the interval, the chances were even more sparse although Croatia did up the tempo towards the end of regulation time only to run into a resolute Denmark defence.

Denmark XI: Kasper Schmeichel; Henrik Dalsgaard, Simon Kjaer, Jonas Knudsen, Andreas Christensen; Mathias Jorgensen, Thomas Delaney, Christian Eriksen, Martin Braithwaite, Yussuf Poulsen; Andreas Cornelius. Perisic fires a shot from distance but hits it directly into the hands of the goalkeeper who punches it away.

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