Croatia national football team

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Soccerball.svg Croatia
Association Croatian Football Federation
Confederation UEFA
Coach Zlatko Dalić
Most caps Darijo Srna (134)
Top scorer Davor Šuker (45)
World Cup
Appearances 5
First Apps 1998
Best result Runners-up (2018)

Croatia national football team is the national football team of Croatia. The team reached the final of the 2018 FIFA World Cup, but lost to France 4–2.[1]

Most appearances[change | change source]

As of 11 July 2018[2]
# Name Croatia career Caps Goals
1 Darijo Srna 2002–2016 134 22
2 Stipe Pletikosa 1999–2014 114 0
3 Luka Modrić 2006– 112 14
4 Josip Šimunić 2001–2013 105 3
5 Ivica Olić 2002–2015 104 20
6 Vedran Ćorluka 2006– 103 4
7 Dario Šimić 1996–2008 100 3
8 Ivan Rakitić 2007– 98 15
9 Mario Mandžukić 2007– 88 32
10 Robert Kovač 1999–2009 84 0

Top scorers[change | change source]

As of 11 July 2018[2]
# Name Croatia career Goals Caps
1 Davor Šuker 1991–2002 45 69
2 Mario Mandžukić 2007– 32 88
3 Eduardo da Silva 2004–2014 29 64
4 Darijo Srna 2002–2016 22 134
5 Ivica Olić 2002–2015 20 104
Ivan Perišić 2011– 72
7 Niko Kranjčar 2004–2013 16 81
8 Goran Vlaović 1992–2002 15 52
Nikola Kalinić 2007– 42
Ivan Rakitić 2007– 98

References[change | change source]

  1. "World Cup 2018 Final: France vs. Croatia Live Updates". New York Times. Retrieved 15 July 2018.
  2. 2.0 2.1 "A team". Croatian Football Federation. Retrieved 6 June 2016.