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Jorge Sampaoli optimistic after Diego Maradona criticises Argentina

The ESPN FC crew feel Group D which contains Argentina, Iceland, Croatia and Nigeria could prove to be the most exciting group of them all.
Nigeria will again face Argentina at a World Cup, after both were drawn into Group D with Iceland and Croatia.

Argentina coach Jorge Sampaoli reassured fans his national team will be "very competitive" at the 2018 World Cup despite criticism from Diego Maradona following Friday's draw.

After the Albiceleste were placed in Group D with Croatia, Iceland and Nigeria. Argentina legend Diego Maradona, who helped conduct the draw, expressed reservations over his country's prospects.

"Argentina cannot play any worse than they are doing," he told TYC Sports. "Argentina have a manageable group but they have to...

Zlatko Dalic rewarded with new Croatia deal after sealing World Cup passage

Janusz Michallik and Alexis Nunes break down Sunday's World Cup playoff matches, as Switzerland and Croatia qualify.

Croatia coach Zlatko Dalic will have his contract extended after qualifying for the World Cup within weeks of being hired.

The Croatian Football Federation (HNS) said its executive committee will "verify this agreement" next week.

Dalic took charge for Croatia's final qualifying group game when coach Ante Cacic was fired after drawing with Finland 1-1 at home.

Under Dalic, Croatia won in Ukraine 2-0, then eliminated Greece in the playoffs 4-1 on aggregate on Sunday.

HNS president Dakor Suker said...

Croatia's World Cup playoff 'not over' after first-leg win - Zlatko Dalic

The ESPN FC panel discuss Greece's embarrassing defeat at the hands of Croatia in World Cup qualifying.
Croatia's four-goal effort has put them in perfect position heading back to Greece for the second leg.

Croatia coach Zlatko Dalic cautioned that their playoff tie is "not over" despite Thursday's dominant 4-1 win over Greece in the first leg of their UEFA World Cup qualifying playoff.

Two uncharacteristic defensive miscues cost the Greeks, and Dalic said his tactics came off just as planned.

"We had a tremendous game. I've thanked the players and the fans who made us feel like we had an extra man on the pitch," Dalic said. "But it's not over. This was the first game.

"Our aim tonight was to pressure...