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On 23rd of June, Croatia will take on Mexico in 2014 FIFA World Cup's 34th match. This is going to be the second time that the two teams will go head to head in a World Cup match. Their previous and only match was played during the 2002 World Cup, which was won by Mexico, with the final result being 1 – 0. This upcoming game is going to be a thrilling one too, as both the teams are well in form and evenly matched. The game will be played at the Arena Pernambuco – Recife and the Croatia tickets for it are already selling fast. Make sure you get to book yours in time.
Arena Pernambuco – Recife is ready to host the upcoming World Cup games. This new stadium on the outskirts of Recife, Brazil, will give the feel of your typical modern British ground this summer. The inspiration of the stadium's architecture comes from several European stadia, including the Barcelona's Bernabeu. The stadium has a seating capacity of around 46,154, and was opened in May, 2013. It has been in the building stages for the last few months, but now it is complete and will be open to public with the inauguration games of FIFA World Cup 2014.
Taking a look at the current situation of the two teams, Croatia has qualified for the FIFA World Cup 2014 after winning the playoff game against Iceland. Their key players include the Real Madrid's Luka Modric, who is currently being considered as the biggest threat to the opposing teams. This year, this midfielder has been key figure for Croatia as well as Madrid. Apart from that, Euro 2012's joint top scorer, Mario Mandzukic is also the danger man. He plans to continue with his great form in Brazil as well.
Till day, Croatian soccer team's best position in the World Cup has been the third place, which was in 1998. Currently, the team has a FIFA ranking of number sixteen. From 1994 to 1998, the team was also named as “Best Mover of the Year” by FIFA. It is one of the only two teams to have won this award more than once. The team's current coach is Niko Kovac and the captain is Darijo Srna. Today, it is considered as FIFA's most volatile team when it comes to the rankings.
In the upcoming game, which will be played in June, Croatia will go head to head with Mexico, the team it lost its previous World Cup encounter to. Mexico has qualified after winning against New Zealand in the playoff. Its current threats to the opposing teams are its players, Giovani dos Santos and the striker, Javier Hernandez. In order to support your team in the upcoming game at the Arena Pernambuco, book your Croatia tickets today.