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FIFA World Cup 2018 Semi Final Live Streaming Online, Croatia vs England Live Score Streaming: This is England and Croatia’s best chance to reach a World Cup final. Both teams clash in the semi-final of the 2018 World Cup semi-final in Moscow. While Croatia have reached here after two back-to-back penalty shootout wins, England have managed to beat their opponents with ease. Now, both teams will look to keep their form going make a spot in the final where they will face France. The 2006 finallists defeated Belgium in the first semi-final of the World Cup on Tuesday. Catch Croatia vs England Live Score FIFA World Cup 2018 here.
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The World Cup has butted in at the NATO summit in Brussels. British Prime Minister Theresa May and her Belgian counterpart exchanged national team jerseys at the European Union summit two weeks before their countries met at the World Cup. And May already has a Croatia shirt ahead of Wednesday’s semifinal. May and Croatian Prime Minister Andrej Plenkovic have met on the sidelines of the NATO summit for the friendly exchange. May remains convinced England will advance to its first final since 1966. (AP)
Welcome to the coverage of the second semi-final of the FIFA World Cup 2018 in which Croatia face England in Moscow. This is the first time since 1960 that England have reached so far in the World Cup. Croatia last reached the last-four stage back in 1998.
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England have not been in the semi-finals of the World Cup since 1990 when they lost on penalties to then West Germany. But when England face Croatia in Russia on Wednesday, there may only be only a few thousand England supporters present. Moscow’s Luzhniki Stadium, where the match is being played, has a capacity of 80,000, so a few thousand England supporters will find themselves heavily outnumbered by Croatian fans as well as Russians who are expected to be in the majority.
With their own bitter memories of past semi-final defeats in the soccer tournament, England and Croatia will be competing for a spot in Sunday’s final against France. But the dearth of England supporters means chants of soccer anthem “Three Lions” and its catchy chorus “it’s coming home” may be hard to discern in Moscow despite a last-minute dash to the Russian capital by some supporters.
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