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Kovacic: England will not be impacted by World Cup semi-final

1 day ago   |   By Football365

Croatia and Chelsea midfielder Mateo Kovacic has suggested that the 2018 World Cup semi-final between them and England will not impact Sunday's Euros opener.
Three years ago the Blues midfielder helped break English hearts as Zlatko Dalic's Vatreni dug deep to secure a 2-1 comeback win in extra time to progress to the final against France at the Luzhniki.
There remains a sense of ‘what if' around England's remarkable run in Russia, which has increased hope ahead of a European Championship that Gareth Southgate 's men have the chance to begin and end at Wembley.
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Mateo Kovacic insists 2018 World Cup semi-final has no bearing on England opener

1 day ago   |   By The Independent

Croatia saw off Gareth Southgate's men to reach the final three years ago.
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Mateo Kovacic insists 2018 World Cup semi-final has no bearing on England opener

1 day ago   |   By Belfast telegraph

Mateo Kovacic does not believe Croatia's World Cup semi-final win will give them a psychological advantage against an England side that the Chelsea midfielder says are dealing with the weight of expectation.
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