Pula Arena to Host World Cup Final Watch Party

Lloyd Doyle
July 15, 2018

"I have received messages from Argentina, Spain, Germany, from all corners of the world".

England's championship hopes came to an end with a 2-1 extra-time loss to Croatia in the World Cup semi-finals on Wednesday.

"We want to leave the pitch with our heads held high".

Morski writes on the 13th of July, 2018, that the stunning Pula Arena will be open to football fans on Sunday to watch the final battle between Croatia and France. But football fans on Twitter have been analysing this crucial moment in the game and we now know that Croatian goalkeeper Daniel Subasic got the slightest of touches to deflect the shot onto the post.

"There will be excess energy, don't worry about that".

Ivan Rakitic says he would gladly sacrifice the rest of his football career to win the World Cup for Croatia. We will carry one another.

Not too long after Kieran Trippier had given England a dream start with a wonderful fifth minute free-kick that David Beckham would have been proud of, Kane was cleverly played through one-on-one by Jesse Lingard and you would have put your house on him tucking it away. I believe that this will be a memorable event, so I'm inviting all the fans to join us in the celebration, " announced Pula Mayor Boris Miletić at a press conference. "We are expecting more than 300 people to show up for the game tomorrow (Sunday) night". "There will be 4½ million people on the pitch".

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