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Monday, June 18, 2012
 Full Time
Croatia
0
 
1
Spain
 0-1J. Navas  88'
HT: 0-0
PGE Arena Gdansk (Attendance: 38,371)
Referee: Wolfgang Stark
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Croatia vs. Spain
Minute Commentary
90' SUMMARY
It was a brave, courageous effort by Croatia, who defended with real aplomb and were right in the game up until the dying seconds. In fact they would certainly have claimed a notable draw had they not had to push numbers forward towards the end, with Spain only managing to finally break the deadlock when the Croats played a high line. Bilic - whose Croatia reign is now over - will rue the tough draw his team were handed, as they would perhaps have been good enough to qualify from any other group. As for Spain, they were well below par but still managed to do progress to the quarter finals. They haven't convinced in this game, or against Italy, and will have to up their game considerably if they're to regain their European crown. Full time in Gdansk, Croatia 0 Spain 1.
90' FULL TIME
Full time in Gdansk - Spain are through, Croatia out.
90' FOUL
Nope, they're penalised for a daft foul by Jelavic. That might be that.
90' PLETIKOSA UP
Pletikosa is up for a free kick - last chance coming up and if Croatia score they dump Italy out on goals scored.
90' ADDED TIME
We're into the first of four minutes added time. Croatia are throwing everyone forward but it's surely too late.
90' AS IT STANDS
Spain currently top the group on seven points with Italy, who are now winning 2-0 against Ireland thanks to Mario Balotelli's strike, second on five. Croatia are marooned on four.
89' SPAIN SUB
Del Bosque immediately reacts with a change - Alvaro Negredo is on for Xavi.
88' CROATIA 0-1 SPAIN
Spain wipe their collective brows - they're surely through now. For the first time tonight they play the ball over the Croatia back four, with an offside trap failing miserably. Iniesta collects and squares to JESUS NAVAS, who taps into the empty net.
86' CORLUKA HEADER
It's swung in towards Corluka who wins the ball first - he's being grabbed by Arbeloa but the referee doesn't spot anything, and the header loops over.
86' CORNER
Strinic bombs forward to win a corner for Croatia. They couldn't, could they? Nerves aplenty for the Spaniards here. Group C is reaching its climax.
85' NAVAS SHOT
Navas tries his luck now from the right of the box, but again it's a simple block for Pletikosa. Corluka and Schildenfeld have protected their keeper brilliantly, forcing Spain wide all night long.
84' INIESTA CHANCE
You can feel the tension in Gdansk. Iniesta tests Pletikosa with a low drive from the left of the area.
82' GROUP C UPDATE
It remains Italy 1 Ireland 0. A shock goal for Ireland there and suddenly both Croatia and Spain are through.
81' CROATIA SUB
End game time for Croatia. Former Arsenal striker Eduardo joins Mandzukic and Jelavic on the pitch, replacing Vukojevic.
80' GREAT CHALLENGE
Probably the chance of the game for Spain. They're four on four on the counter attack and finally - after 80 long minutes - expose Croatia's back line. But crucially for Spain the ball is at the feet of Busquets and he dithers in the box, allowing captain Srna to get in a brilliant sliding tackle. Perfectly timed.
79' END TO END
End to end action now. Fabregas hesitates to shoot and Spain win a fruitless corner, before Croatia counter and Srna sees a well-struck shot from the right of the box blocked by Casillas.
77' BRAVE CROATS
If Croatia go out tonight they can count themselves very unfortunate. They couldn't have done much more in this game, really. They've done brilliantly to restrict the world and European champions. And they've created the best opportunity of the game, for Ivan Rakitic. What a pivotal moment that could turn out to be.
75' VULNERABLE
Spain continue to plough on with the same approach, ever resisting the urge to go direct. But just one Croatia goal and the Spanish are heading out. They're extremely vulnerable in that respect - this is exactly what Bilic would have hoped for at the start of the evening. They'll start to go for it soon, Croatia.
73' SPAIN SUB
Spain need a goal and here comes a goal-getter. Cesc Fabregas, who scored against both Italy and Ireland, replaces David Silva.
71' FAIR PLAY
Doesn't look like there's much chance of a 2-2 draw here then. Fair play to both sides on that front. They haven't done a Denmark-Sweden. Well, not yet anyway.
69' PERISIC VOLLEY
Substitute Ivan Perisic crashes a left-footed volley into row Z from a deep cross. A rare sight of goal for Bilic's team.
69' EXPERT DEFENDING
Well it's been a very quiet half for Stipe Pletikosa. Has he even had to make a save since the break? Can't recall one. Croatia are defending expertly tonight. In fact they're making it look easy, with very few last-ditch tackles being made. Just need a goal now, the Croats, for the perfect night.
68' CUT OUT
Danger for the Croats as a low Busquets cross is cut out ahead of the lurking Silva.
66' DOUBLE CHANGE
Double change for Croatia and it's a bold move. Looks like 4-4-2 for Bilic's side now with Nikica Jelavic and Ivan Perisic replacing Danijel Pranjic and Domagoj Vida.
63' GROUP C UPDATE
Just a reminder that it's Italy 1 Ireland 0 over in Poznan. Italy top the group owning to the fact they've scored more goals (two) in games between the three sides (Spain and Croatia have one apiece). Spain then lead Croatia owing to a better goal difference. Yep, it's that simple.
61' SPAIN SUB
Ignominy for Fernando Torres who is replaced by a winger. Jesus Navas is on for Spain. Certainly the worst display from Torres in this tournament - his movement off the ball has been poor.
59' WHAT A CHANCE!
Oh what a chance for Croatia! Spanish hearts all over the world skip a beat as Modric breaks down the right and cuts inside before crossing for Ivan Rakitic - he's unmarked, six yards out, but is reaching for the ball and nods too close to Casillas. Still a great block from the keeper, but you've got to bury those.
56' PEDESTRIAN
Not much has changed from the first half in terms of the pattern of play. Spain are far too pedestrian. This game really is on a knife edge.
53' BOOKING
Ivan Strinic is booked for a shove on Silva.
52' OPTIONS
Plenty of options on the substitutes' benches here. Admittedly, Spain have a few more game-changers than Croatia, what with Fabregas, Mata, Pedro, Cazorla and Llorente to call on. Jelavic and Eduardo would be the most obvious attacking options for Bilic.
51' SOONER THAN LATER
Del Bosque will be very keen for his side to score sooner rather than later. The longer this game stays 0-0, the more it'll suit Croatia.
49' POSITIVE
Positive start to the half from the Croats, who earn a corner down the left. It'sw swung towards Corluka but he's penalised for climbing over Pique and Casillas. Bit of a waste.
46' GOAL NEEDED
Right, let's have a goal shall we? Doesn't really matter at which end - either way it'll increase the tempo and urgency on show in Gdansk.
46' SECOND HALF
Croatia get the final 45 minutes of Group C underway.
45' HALF TIME
A very uneventful half in Gdansk, with Spain attempting to cause death to Croatia by a thousand cuts, and the Croats in turn managing to repel them with relative ease. The pedestrian feel to the game will surely change after the break though, particularly with Italy now leading against Ireland. Croatia are heading out of the tournament as things stand.
44' BOOKING
Captain Srna is booked for one foul too many. He caught Busquets late and can have no complaints.
41' GAMEPLAN
With that news from Poznan, Croatia may have to change their gameplan at half time. The chances of them nicking a goal look very slim when they've got so many players behind the ball. But then if they push forward in numbers Spain will pick them off. It's a fine balancing act.
39' FLOWN BY
Well this half has flown by, despite the fact we've been starved of goalmouth action. Plenty of shots from in and around the area but Pletikosa and Casillas haven't been tested strenuously.
36' GROUP C UPDATE
News from Poznan....Italy have taken the lead against Ireland thanks to a goal from Antonio Cassano. They now top Group C in the live standings, with Spain second and Croatia heading out in third. All three are on five points.
33' POSSESSION
Spain are playing some lovely stuff here. The movement from midfield is a joy to watch, but Croatia are mostly restricting them to half chances.
30' SILVA SHOT
Lovely play from Spain again as Silva gets into a decent shooting position on the edge of the box. His volley is too tame to seriously trouble Pletikosa.
28' BOOKING
Vedran Corluka was furious with the referee there and picked up a booking for telling him what he thought. Mandzukic picked up a knock from the Ramos tackle, but he seems to be okay now.
27' PENALTY APPEAL
Croatia think they should have a penalty here. Enterprising play from Mario Mandzukic who skips past Pique and moves towards the box - Ramos slides in and clearly takes him out, without winning the ball, but the referee gives nothing. It was perhaps fractionally outside the area, but the fact the fourth or fifth official, or assistant linesman or whatever he's called, was five yards away behind the goal - and didn't award a foul - is pretty astonishing. What are they there for?
26' SHOTS APLENTY
Shots aplenty here. After Pranjic forces a comfortable save from Casillas from the left of the box, Mandzukic blazes over from 15 yards from a Srna pass. Better from Croatia.
25' NOT BAD
Pique tries to outdo his centre half partner with a wickedly-struck curling shot from range, which whistles over Pletikosa's bar. Not bad at all.
24' RAMOS SHOT
Ramos, sick of this patient tiki taka malarkey, takes the direct approach with an ambitious 30-yard shot. It bounces awkwardly in front of Pletikosa but the keeper grabs at the second attempt.
23' TORRES CHANCE
First sight of goal for Fernando Torres, albeit a narrow one. From the right of the box his effort is blocked by Pletikosa, who was unlikely to be beaten from there.
22' CLEARED
Opportunity for Croatia to lump it into the Spain box - and they certainly have a height advantage over the reigning European champions - but Rakitic's cross is cleared by Pique. Disappointing.
19' DAFT FOUL
Xavi concedes possession - a collector's item, as they say - but Croatia miserably fail to take advantage when Pranjic concedes a daft free kick for shirt pulling. The Croats haven't even reached the Spain penalty area yet.
19' NO YELLOW
Srna deliberately clips Alba with the ball long gone. He's fortunate just to receive a stern talking-to from referee Stark.
17' GROUP C UPDATE
Over in Poznan it's still Italy 0 Ireland 0. Group B was littered with early goals last night, but it's an altogether more cagey affair in Group C. As things stand Croatia and Spain are going through - it's only if Italy take the lead that Messrs Bilic and Del Bosque begin to perspire.
15' ATTACK V DEFENCE
Which is making for an attack versus defence scenario. Croatia will be cream crackered by half time at this rate.
14' SITTING DEEP
The first 14 minutes has gone as well as it realistically could do for Croatia. Their gameplan is pretty clear - get men behind the ball, sit deep and close Spain down as quickly as possible.
12' INIESTA CHANCE
Spain effectively thread the needle for the first time. Some delicate one-touch stuff creates an opening for Iniesta, whose prodded shot is held by Stipe Pletikosa.
9' NO FOUL
Croatia win possession in midfield and Mario Mandzukic, scorer of two goals so far in the tournament, tries to win a free kick near the left corner flag. He's looking for that though and Mr Stark isn't impressed.
7' FLARE
There's a brief stoppage as a flare - predictably thrown from the Croatia end of the ground - clouds the view around Casillas' goal. They've got to try and stamp this out, Uefa.
5' THE REF
No-nonsense ref Wolfgang Stark is in charge tonight. It's his second game of the tournament, after overseeing Poland's 1-1 draw with Russia in Group A. He showed four yellow cards that day and generally avoided controversy.
4' PURPOSEFUL
Alba hares to the left byline and sends over a dangerous cross, which is cleared for a corner. From that, Torres nods over the bar. Spain have made a purposeful start.
3' PRESSING
Croatia, as they have to, are pressing Spain hard and trying to win the ball back as quickly as possible. How long they can keep that up for may be key to the night's result.
1' KICK OFF
Spain, in light blue shirts and dark blue shorts, get the ball rolling.
0' PENSIVE
Slaven Bilic, top button casually undone as usual, looks pensive on the touchline. He leaves his Croatia post after Euro 2012, so tonight could be his final match in charge.
0' ANTHEMS
The lyric-less Spanish anthem is first up. The players do their best to look patriotic and the cameraman does his best to stoop down to fit tiny Xavi's head in as he moves across the line. Croatia's anthem - a joyful, rousing affair - is belted out with gusto by players and supporters alike. Lovely stuff.
0' TEAMS OUT
Captains Darijo Srna and Iker Casillas lead their respective sides out. Cracking atmosphere in Gdansk - both teams are being backed by big numbers.
0' LINE-UPS
Everton striker Nikola Jelavic is left on the bench as Slaven Bilic attempts to shore up his midfield with an apparent 4-5-1 formation. Danijel Pranjic and Domagoj Vida are brought in, with Ivan Perisic also dropping out. Spain are unchanged from the side which beat Ireland 4-0 on Thursday. CROATIA: Pletikosa; Vida, Corluka, Schildenfeld, Strinic; Rakitic, Vukojevic, Modric, Pranjic, Srna; Mandzukic. SPAIN: Casillas; Arbeloa, Pique, Ramos, Alba; Xavi, Busquets, Alonso; Silva, Torres, Iniesta.
0' KICK OFF 1945 BST
Spain are strong favourites to progress but the way this tournament is going nothing should be ruled out. And that includes a 2-2 draw, which some bookies are offering for as little at 6/1. A fascinating evening awaits in Gdansk - join us from 1915 BST for the line-ups, with kick off following half an hour later.
0' HEAD TO HEAD
This is the first ever competitive meeting between Croatia and Spain. They've met in four friendlies over the years, with Croatia winning one (in 1994) and Spain two. Their last encounter came in 2006 when a Fernando Torres goal edged a pre-World Cup warm-up 2-1.
0' EARLY TEAM NEWS
Striker Mario Mandzukic - who has scored in both of Croatia's games so far - was taken off as a precaution against Italy but is expected to be fit. Vicente Del Bosque must decide whether to stick with Fernando Torres - two-goal hero from his team's 4-0 demolition of Ireland - or play Cesc Fabregas in a 'false nine' position as he did against Italy. Sergio Busquets (foot) is fit to start.
0' PREVIEW
A tantalising prospect awaits us in Gdansk as Croatia - the smallest nation in the competition - and world and European champions Spain lock horns for a place in the quarter finals. The conspiracy theorists will be out in force in the PGE Arena if it finishes 2-2, as that would both sides through regardless of what Italy do against the Republic of Ireland in Poznan. But whatever the scoreline we're likely to get a thrilling encounter between two attack-minded sides who know that defeat will leave them extremely vulnerable to an early exit.
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Team Stats
Croatia Spain
0 Goals 1
0 Assists 1
5 Shots 14
3 Shots on Goal 9
8 Saves 3
0 Penalties Scored 0
0 Penalty Kicks 0
13 Crosses 21
4 Corner Kicks 11
0 Offside 1
21 Fouls Committed 16
6 Cautions/Yellow Cards 0
0 Red Cards 0
35% Ball Possession 65%
Croatia
No. Player MinP G YC RC GA Svs
1Stipe Pletikosa 90 - 0 0 1 8
2Ivan Strinic 90 0 1 0 - -
5Vedran Corluka 90 0 1 0 - -
6Danijel Pranjic 65 0 0 0 - -
7Ivan Rakitic 90 0 1 0 - -
8Ognjen Vukojevic 81 0 0 0 - -
10Luka Modric 90 0 0 0 - -
11Darijo Srna 90 0 1 0 - -
13Gordon Schildenfeld 90 0 0 0 - -
17Mario Mandzukic 90 0 1 0 - -
21Domagoj Vida 66 0 0 0 - -
Substitutes
9Nikica Jelavic 24 0 1 0 - -
20Ivan Perisic 25 0 0 0 - -
22Eduardo 9 0 0 0 - -

Spain
No. Player MinP G YC RC GA Svs
1Iker Casillas 90 - 0 0 0 3
3Gerard Piqué 90 0 0 0 - -
6Andrés Iniesta 90 0 0 0 - -
8Xavi 89 0 0 0 - -
9Fernando Torres 61 0 0 0 - -
14Xabi Alonso 90 0 0 0 - -
15Sergio Ramos 90 0 0 0 - -
16Sergio Busquets 90 0 0 0 - -
17Álvaro Arbeloa 90 0 0 0 - -
18Jordi Alba 90 0 0 0 - -
21David Silva 73 0 0 0 - -
Substitutes
10Cesc Fàbregas 17 0 0 0 - -
11Álvaro Negredo 1 0 0 0 - -
22Jesús Navas 29 1 0 0 - -
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Croatia vs. Spain
Minute Event
90' Game Over  Croatia 0-1 Spain
90' Half Over  Croatia 0-1 Spain
90' Foul  Piqué fouled by Nikica Jelavic (Croatia)
90' Foul  Rakitic fouled by Cesc Fàbregas (Spain)
90' Throw-In  Álvaro Arbeloa (Spain)
90' Yellow Card  Ivan Rakitic (Croatia)
90' Cross  Jesús Navas (Spain) - Clearance Out of Play
90' Cross  Álvaro Negredo (Spain) - Clearance In Play
90' Offside  Álvaro Negredo (Spain)
90' Yellow Card  Nikica Jelavic (Croatia)
90' Foul  Nikica Jelavic (Croatia)
90' Foul  Navas fouled by Ivan Perisic (Croatia)
90' Yellow Card  Mario Mandzukic (Croatia)
89' Foul  Arbeloa fouled by Mario Mandzukic (Croatia)
89' Substitution  Álvaro Negredo (on). Xavi (off). (Spain)
88' Goal  Jesús Navas (Spain). Assist by Iniesta
88' Shot on Goal  Jesús Navas (Spain)
88' Cross  Andrés Iniesta (Spain) - On Target
87' Cross  Jesús Navas (Spain) - Headed Out - In Play
86' Corner Kick  Ivan Rakitic (Croatia) - Defended by Keeper
86' Cross  Ivan Strinic (Croatia) - Clearance Out of Play
85' Shot on Goal  Jesús Navas (Spain)
84' Corner Kick  Xavi (Spain) - Headed Out - In Play
84' Shot on Goal  Andrés Iniesta (Spain)
83' Throw-In  Jordi Alba (Spain)
83' Throw-In  Jordi Alba (Spain)
81' Throw-In  Jordi Alba (Spain)
81' Substitution  Eduardo (on). Vukojevic (off). (Croatia)
80' Cross  Andrés Iniesta (Spain) - Completed Pass
80' Corner Kick  Ivan Rakitic (Croatia) - Defended by Keeper
79' Cross  Darijo Srna (Croatia) - Headed Out - Out of Play
79' Shot on Goal  Ivan Perisic (Croatia)
78' Corner Kick  Xavi (Spain) - Headed Out - In Play
78' Shot  Cesc Fàbregas (Spain)
75' Foul  Modric fouled by Cesc Fàbregas (Spain)
75' Cross  Jesús Navas (Spain) - Headed Out - In Play
74' Corner Kick  Xavi (Spain)
73' Foul  Iniesta fouled by Ivan Rakitic (Croatia)
73' Goal Kick  Stipe Pletikosa (Croatia)
73' Substitution  Cesc Fàbregas (on). Silva (off). (Spain)
72' Corner Kick  Xavi (Spain) - Headed Out - In Play
72' Throw-In  Álvaro Arbeloa (Spain)
71' Cross  Jesús Navas (Spain) - Clearance Out of Play
70' Goal Kick  Iker Casillas (Spain)
69' Shot  Ivan Perisic (Croatia)
69' Cross  Darijo Srna (Croatia) - Off Target
69' Foul  Corluka fouled by David Silva (Spain)
68' Corner Kick  Xavi (Spain)
68' Cross  Jordi Alba (Spain) - Clearance Out of Play
68' Corner Kick  Xavi (Spain)
67' Cross  Jesús Navas (Spain) - Clearance Out of Play
66' Goal Kick  Stipe Pletikosa (Croatia)
66' Shot  Sergio Ramos (Spain)
66' Corner Kick  Xavi (Spain) - Off Target
66' Substitution  Nikica Jelavic (on). Vida (off). (Croatia)
65' Substitution  Ivan Perisic (on). Pranjic (off). (Croatia)
64' Throw-In  Álvaro Arbeloa (Spain)
63' Throw-In  Domagoj Vida (Croatia)
62' Foul  Vida fouled by Andrés Iniesta (Spain)
61' Foul  Iniesta fouled by Ivan Rakitic (Croatia)
61' Substitution  Jesús Navas (on). Torres (off). (Spain)
60' Foul  Schildenfeld fouled by Fernando Torres (Spain)
60' Corner Kick  Xavi (Spain) - Headed Out - In Play
60' Shot  David Silva (Spain)
59' Cross  Danijel Pranjic (Croatia) - Completed Pass
59' Throw-In  Ivan Strinic (Croatia)
59' Shot on Goal  Ivan Rakitic (Croatia)
59' Cross  Luka Modric (Croatia) - On Target
58' Cross  Ivan Rakitic (Croatia) - Headed Out - In Play
58' Free Kick  Ivan Rakitic (Croatia)
57' Foul  Mandzukic fouled by Álvaro Arbeloa (Spain)
55' Foul  Darijo Srna (Croatia)
55' Throw-In  Ivan Strinic (Croatia)
54' Cross  Luka Modric (Croatia) - Defended
53' Yellow Card  Ivan Strinic (Croatia)
52' Cross  Andrés Iniesta (Spain) - Defended by Keeper
52' Foul  Schildenfeld fouled by David Silva (Spain)
51' Foul  Srna fouled by Jordi Alba (Spain)
49' Cross  Andrés Iniesta (Spain) - Clearance In Play
49' Foul  Casillas fouled by Vedran Corluka (Croatia)
49' Corner Kick  Ivan Rakitic (Croatia) - Foul
49' Cross  Ivan Strinic (Croatia) - Clearance Out of Play
48' Foul  Strinic fouled by Álvaro Arbeloa (Spain)
47' Foul  Arbeloa fouled by Danijel Pranjic (Croatia)
46' Foul  Silva fouled by Ivan Strinic (Croatia)
46' Start Half 
45' Half Over  Croatia 0-0 Spain
45' Throw-In  Jordi Alba (Spain)
45' Throw-In  Jordi Alba (Spain)
45' Corner Kick  Xavi (Spain) - Headed Out - In Play
45' Cross  David Silva (Spain) - Headed Out - Out of Play
44' Yellow Card  Darijo Srna (Croatia)
44' Foul  Busquets fouled by Darijo Srna (Croatia)
44' Throw-In  Domagoj Vida (Croatia)
42' Foul  Corluka fouled by Sergio Ramos (Spain)
42' Corner Kick  Xavi (Spain) - Foul
42' Cross  Jordi Alba (Spain) - Clearance Out of Play
41' Cross  Álvaro Arbeloa (Spain) - Defended by Keeper
40' Foul  Busquets fouled by Darijo Srna (Croatia)
39' Cross  Xavi (Spain) - Defended by Keeper
38' Cross  Mario Mandzukic (Croatia) - Completed Pass
37' Foul  Busquets fouled by Danijel Pranjic (Croatia)
36' Throw-In  Ivan Strinic (Croatia)
36' Throw-In  Danijel Pranjic (Croatia)
35' Shot on Goal  Andrés Iniesta (Spain)
34' Foul  Busquets fouled by Danijel Pranjic (Croatia)
34' Goal Kick  Stipe Pletikosa (Croatia)
32' Cross  David Silva (Spain) - Defended by Keeper
30' Shot on Goal  David Silva (Spain)
30' Cross  Andrés Iniesta (Spain) - On Target
29' Shot on Goal  David Silva (Spain)
29' Corner Kick  Darijo Srna (Croatia) - Intercepted
27' Yellow Card  Vedran Corluka (Croatia)
27' Cross  Mario Mandzukic (Croatia) - Deflected - Out of Play
26' Goal Kick  Iker Casillas (Spain)
26' Shot  Mario Mandzukic (Croatia)
26' Cross  Darijo Srna (Croatia) - Off Target
25' Shot on Goal  Danijel Pranjic (Croatia)
24' Shot  Gerard Piqué (Spain)
23' Shot on Goal  Sergio Ramos (Spain)
23' Throw-In  Álvaro Arbeloa (Spain)
23' Shot on Goal  Fernando Torres (Spain)
22' Cross  Ivan Rakitic (Croatia) - Headed Out - In Play
22' Free Kick  Ivan Rakitic (Croatia)
22' Foul  Srna fouled by Sergio Ramos (Spain)
21' Foul  Corluka fouled by Fernando Torres (Spain)
21' Cross  Xavi (Spain) - Foul
21' Free Kick  Xavi (Spain)
20' Foul  Silva fouled by Ognjen Vukojevic (Croatia)
20' Foul  Arbeloa fouled by Danijel Pranjic (Croatia)
19' Foul  Alba fouled by Darijo Srna (Croatia)
18' Throw-In  Álvaro Arbeloa (Spain)
18' Throw-In  Ivan Strinic (Croatia)
16' Foul  Alba fouled by Ivan Rakitic (Croatia)
16' Throw-In  Domagoj Vida (Croatia)
16' Throw-In  Domagoj Vida (Croatia)
15' Throw-In  Domagoj Vida (Croatia)
15' Foul  Srna fouled by Andrés Iniesta (Spain)
12' Shot on Goal  Andrés Iniesta (Spain)
12' Cross  David Silva (Spain) - On Target
11' Foul  Busquets fouled by Ivan Strinic (Croatia)
10' Foul  Mandzukic fouled by Gerard Piqué (Spain)
10' Throw-In  Ivan Strinic (Croatia)
8' Goal Kick  Iker Casillas (Spain)
7' Foul  Schildenfeld fouled by Fernando Torres (Spain)
6' Goal Kick  Iker Casillas (Spain)
6' Throw-In  Domagoj Vida (Croatia)
5' Foul  Busquets fouled by Mario Mandzukic (Croatia)
4' Shot  Fernando Torres (Spain)
4' Corner Kick  Xavi (Spain) - Off Target
4' Cross  Jordi Alba (Spain) - Headed Out - Out of Play
3' Throw-In  Jordi Alba (Spain)
3' Foul  Srna fouled by Andrés Iniesta (Spain)
2' Cross  Domagoj Vida (Croatia) - Clearance In Play
2' Cross  Xavi (Spain) - Headed Out - In Play
2' Free Kick  Xavi (Spain)
1' Foul  Busquets fouled by Mario Mandzukic (Croatia)
1' Start Half 

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MinPMinutes Played
GGoals
AstAssists
SHTSShots
SOGShots on Goal
CKCorner Kicks
CRCrosses
OffOffside
FCFouls Committed
FSFouls Suffered
YCYellow Cards
RCRed Cards
GAGoals Against
SvsSaves
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