Croatia has qualified for Euro 2024 and is thrilled to be playing in Germany. The team, led by coach Nikola Dalić, has faced a lot of drama in recent months, but they are now happy to have made it to the tournament. Josko Guardiol, who will be just 22 years old at the time of the Euros, expressed his excitement at qualifying for his third major competition and being able to play alongside other young players.
Borna Sosa returned to the first team after playing on the left flank in Riga and assisting on the winning goal. While Coach Dalić was not completely satisfied with Sosa’s performance, he gave him another chance. Sosa talked about the atmosphere he expects in Germany, saying that they are more motivated because there will be a great crowd and their goals are to make it through the group stage.
Dalić’s criticism was addressed by Sosa, who said it was just an incentive for him to do better. He hopes to improve in the future. Dominik Livaković also spoke about the victory and placement at the Euro, expressing his happiness at returning home and helping the team with important one-on-one defense. He stated that their main goal is to take things one step at a time and not make any specific announcements about their plans for the tournament.