MOSCOW - Nerazzurri players Ivan Perisic and Marcelo Brozovic helped Croatia clinch a place in their first World Cup final after 120 hard-fought minutes against England.
The real protagonist of the 2-1 victory at the Luzhniki stadium was the Nerazzurri‘s No.44, who scored the equalising goal in the 69th minute. Perisic then went on to provide the assist for Mandzukic who scored the crucial extra-time winner as Croatia move on to Sunday’s final.
This is an important page in Croatia’s history books, and one which is also significant for Inter. The Nerazzurri have had at least one player in every World Cup final since 1982. This impressive feat is a record lasting back ten finals, only Bayern Munich have matched this record.