IVAN RAKITIC: 'CROATIA WILL HAVE MILLIONS ON WORLD CUP FINAL PITCH'

Barcelona midfielder Ivan Rakitic believes that Croatia will have "4.5m players on the pitch" when they face France in Sunday's World-cup/' title='World Cup News'>World Cup final.

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