Croatia's possession lacked a cutting edge but, with a draw enough to top the group, they had little incentive, especially as Iceland looked toothless until news of Lionel Messi's opening goal reached them.
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Nothing less than a win will do for Iceland against Croatia if they are to emulate their Euro 2016 success by making it to the knockout stage at their first World Cup, but it will be a tall order against a familiar foe that leads Group D.
Croatia rounded off a flawless Group D campaign at the 2018 FIFA World Cup on Tuesday by beating Iceland 2-1 to make it three wins from three in Russian Federation and deny their opponents a place in the knockout stages.
With Five minuets remaining in the half, Iceland had another go at Kalinic's goal as Alfred Finnbogason's effort from distance sailed inches wide of the upright. The trio has to produce if Iceland are going to win on Tuesday.
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Iceland know they need to win and they need goals. After losing 2-0 to Nigeria in their last game, Iceland have to do a better job in their own half of the field.
Dalic rested most of the side that thumped Argentina 3-0, with only captain Luka Modric and winger Perisic keeping their places. The duo has controlled play in midfield and won the ball back when Croatia do not have the ball.
He was one of nine players drafted into the Croatia XI after Thursday's win against Argentina, but one wouldn't have suspected there were so many alterations based on the sustained quality of their play. However, at the World Cup, Lovren has elevated his play, preventing scoring opportunities and organizing Croatia defensively.
Croatia kept its ideal record at the 2018 FIFA World Cup while sending Iceland home on Tuesday. Live streaming is available on Fox Sports Go, which you can access with your cable or satellite subscription, either online or through their app.
With three wins out of three in Group D, "the focus now moves to the Denmark game, it will be a moment of truth", he said.