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Russia 2 2 Croatia (3 4 pens) REPORT: Ivan Rakitic sets up England semi final clash with dramatic shootout winThe midfielder converted the decisive spot kick that means Croatia now stand between England and a first World Cup final since 1966ByDavid McDonnells JournalistAlex SmithUpdated22:34, 7 JUL 2018Rakitic scored the crucial to book Croatia’s place, but Zlatko (top right) side looked to have won in extra time when Domagoj Vida scored in the 100th to put them 2 1 up.But in a remarkable twist, Russia defender Mario equalised for the hosts, with five minutes of extra time left, to a deafening roar Sochi’s Fisht Stadium.The gruelling win certainly took its toll on Croatia, who lost first choice right back Sime to injury, while keeper Danijel Subasic was unable to take goal kicks after suffering a strain late in normal time. Russia had defied the odds in to this stage.But the semi finals proved a step too far for boss Stanislav Cherchesov (below) and his spirited but limited side, who ultimately came up short.Croatia struggled to find their rhythm early on, although succeeded in taking the sting out of Russia’s early pressure, but were unable to create chances of note.Mario Mandzukic should have found the target when with a clear sight of goal, but instead sliced his effort high and wide, while Rakitic failed to capitalise with a from just outside the Russia penalty box.But it was Russia who took the lead in the 31st minute with a breathtaking strike from who began and the devastating move.Having won the ball in the Villarreal forward exchanged passes with Artem Dzyuba, continuing his surging forward run.Luka Modric tried, but failed to who shifted the ball on to his left foot unleashing an unstoppable shot, which Subasic had absolutely no chance of keeping out, for his fourth goal of the The noise inside the stadiun was deafening as Russia fans celebrated another remarkable moment in a tournament that has kept on giving for the hosts, although the euphoria of the host nation was short lived, with Croatia level eight minutes later.Mandzukic found himself in space on the left and was able to run unchallenged before clipping the ball into the area for former Leicester star Andrej Kramaric, who to steer a header beyond Akinfeev, despite being surrounded by five red shirts, none of whom were able to the Croatia emerged with greater purpose and intent after the break and came close to the lead on the hour when Ivan Perisisc drilled an angled shot, but the ball came back off a post and flew straight across the goalmouth.SOCHI, RUSSIA JULY 07: PLayers of Russia show their dejection following the defeat in the 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia Quarter Final match between Russia and Croatia at Fisht Stadium on July 7, 2018 in Sochi, Russia. (Photo by Laurence Griffiths/Getty Images)Russia sub Aleksandr Erokhin then had a glorious chance to put his side back in front, with 18 minutes to go, but put a free header over the bar.Extra time duly came and it was Croatia who made the breakthrough, Vida rising to meet Modric’s corner with a header that found the net.But there was a further twist when Fernandes rose to put Russia back on level terms with a header just five minutes from the end of Penalties and it was Croatia who prevailed, England will feel they can overcome them and advance to a first World Cup Final for 52 years..