CROATIA'S WORLD CUP MIRACLE: HOW HAS A COUNTRY OF JUST FOUR MILLION PEOPLE REACHED THE FINAL?

On Sunday, the Balkan nation will play France for the biggest prize in football - Goal Croatia's Ante Buskulic tries to explain how they've got here

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