Croatian midfielder Luka Modric believes that England, his team’s opponent in Sunday’s Euro debut, has an unfair advantage By being able to play all three of their group stage matches at home in London.
Asked BBC about if This feature is considered unfairModric nodded. “I think so”.
Everyone would say that teams that play at home and with the crowd have a slight advantage. It’s a shame we can’t get a lot of Croatian fans because we always feel they are there. But that is the case. We need to focus and not be influenced by the environment.”
Modric He trusts that his team, the current runner-up in the world, can impose his style of play Despite the fact that he expected a “very complicated” duel.
We expect England to play very hard and strong from the start. We expect a very difficult match. It will be up to us to give everything, do what we can and we will see how the match goes.”
We have prepared very well. We have done very well in the past seven days and we are ready. Playing for the national team is a great honor and duty. The European Championship is a beautiful competition and we know expectations are important and our people expect a lot from us and we are impatient and want to show our true face.”
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