The Croatian national team’s resilience and determination paid off as they secured a victory against Latvia in Riga, bringing them one step closer to qualifying for the European Championship. The team had faced two defeats in October, causing panic and drama among fans, but their victory over Latvia has brought new hope to their supporters.
Lovra Majer scored the latest goal for Croatia in the 7th minute, with Andrej Kramarić sealing the win with a goal in the 16th minute. Majer emphasized the importance of controlling the game and playing as a team, expressing confidence that they can qualify for Euros.
The team followed the match between Armenia and Wales closely before their game against Latvia and were thrilled to learn that Armenia had taken a point from Wales, boosting Croatia’s position in the competition. Kramarić highlighted the team’s character and determination in securing three points against Latvia despite challenging terrain and weather conditions.
As they prepare to face Armenia at Maksimir Stadium, the Croatian team is determined to stay focused and smart from the start. Kramarić expressed his focus on their own game rather than getting caught up in what happened between Armenia and Wales, emphasizing that their dedication and determination are essential to securing a win.