Serbia's defender Aleksandar Kolarov celebrates after scoring during the Russian Federation 2018 World Cup Group E football match between Costa Rica and Serbia at the Samara Arena in Samara on June 17, 2018.
Tadic, 29, came into the tournament after an inconsistent season, but one he finished strongly, providing three assists in his final seven games.
Thankfully, both of those goals now have company after Serbia's Aleksandar Kolarov rifled in an absolute stunner for his country against Costa Rica.
Costa Rica defender Johnny Acosta was dazed after being caught by an accidental elbow from Dusko Tosic, but both were able to continue before, with the first half approaching its final five minutes, Urena blasted over from the edge of the box.
Brazil are overwhelming favourites to top Group E, which also includes Switzerland, so a dogfight is likely to ensue to follow them into the knockouts - and defeat would leave the losers in a precarious position.
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"They [Serbia] are one of the greatest teams, they work intensely, and we are ready to cope with this challenge", Gonzalez said.
Since the break-up of the former Yugoslavia, Serbia have never gone beyond the group stage of a World Cup.
"We dedicate this win to our Director, and we want him to know that we are all supporting him", said Kolarov, referring to the 45-year-old Bunjevcevic, who assumed the post with the Serbian federation on August 2016.
"That's something that maybe cost us in our friendlies, especially in our last match where we had a hard time dealing with Belgium". Costa Rica were also the only side to remain unbeaten except for penalty shootouts in the 2014 World Cup alongside Germany and Netherlands.
"We didn't qualify for last World Cup and the last two Euros, so we didn't get a chance to enjoy these matches for a long time".
Costa Rica was the favorite for Sunday's match after the Ticos advanced to the quarterfinals in Brazil four years ago.
Milinkovic-Savic is one of the most sought after talents in Europe, whose stock will only rise if he delivers in Russian Federation.