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Croatia defender says country 'makes good love' - 7 months ago, 12 July 14:04

Dejan Lovren has called for greater respect for Croatia following their progress to the World Cup final and says parents at home deserve credit for creating a generation of sporting heroes.

Zlatko Dalic's side came from behind to beat England 2-1 after extra time at Luzhniki Stadium on Wednesday, with Ivan Perisic and Mario Mandzukic scoring the goals after Kieran Trippier's opener.

Centre-back Lovren is proud to be part of a Croatia team that has reached a World Cup final for the first time and surpassed the achievement of the fabled 1998 side, who finished third in their first global tournament.

And the Liverpool defender has praised Croatian parents for "making good love" and giving the small country several sports stars.

"After all we went through, we deserve to be here," he said. "After everything that's been said before the game, we showed our character and that we deserve to be in the final. ...
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