We are going to punish!
If 90 minutes is prudent, so was the final 30 minutes of extra time.
Brazil dominated the opening stages without joy, before Marcelo Brozović got the best chance of the game to put Croatia ahead.
A few minutes later, the game was blown away by Neymar. The No. 10 didn’t see his best form and instead produced a magic scoring moment.
He received the ball in midfield, then exchanged a couple of quick passes and drove home.
But the Croats weren’t done. In the second overtime, when the game seemed to be lost, they found the answer.
They broke through the left flank before Mislav Orsic’s low cross was deflected home by substitute Bruno Petkovic.
Croatia won three times in extra time or a penalty shootout at the last World Cup and could do it again.