Croatian Hero Livakovic SAVED THREE Penalty Shots to beat Hardworking Japanese in the RO16 of the World Cup

Croatian goalkeeper Dominik Livakovi saved two penalty shoot from the Japanese goalkeeper to seal a victory for Croatia in the Round of 16 of the World Cup.

A crucial game between Croatia and Japan ended in a 1-1 in the 90 minutes. The goal from Japan’s Daizen Maeda in the 43rd minute was canceled by Ivan Perisic, who put the header in the bottom right corner.

After the 90 minutes ended in a draw, an additional 30 minutes was added in which no team could score. And the penalty was the decisive factor in determining the winner.

Out of all, Croatian goalkeeper Dominik Livakovic became the ultimate hero who saved the first two balls from Minamino and Mitoma. Meanwhile, Croatian Nikola Vlasic and Marcelo Brozovic both scored two goals.

japan’s Takuma Asano was able to score the goal, while Marka Livaja missed the third one. And Finally, Livakovic saved the final ball from Maya Yoshida as Croatian Pasalic scored the last one.

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