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Daniel Levy (left) Gareth Bale (centre) and Florentino Perez

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Tottenham manager Andre Villas-Boas has said the club's asking price for Luka Modric has yet to be met, and if that remains the case he expects the Croatia international to return to first-team training.

Ivan Rakitic: Committed a needless foul on Balotelli just before half-time which handed Pirlo the opportunity to curl home Italy’s goal. Nonetheless, Rakitic offered some neat touches and improved as the game wore on. 6/10
Ognjen Vukojevic: Struggled to impose himself on the Italian midfield during the first period as Pirlo et al controlled the tone of the game. But Vukojevic battled hard throughout and helped to drag his team back into the encounter during the second period. 6/10
Luka Modric:(pictured) Rather quiet in the first half but grew in influence during the second period as Slaven Bilic moved Modric behind the Croatian strikers. The Tottenham star was able to work a number of shooting opportunities, though his accuracy was somewhat lacking. 7/10
Ivan Perisic: Endured a relatively frustrating afternoon. Unable to really offer much in attack and removed from proceedings just after the hour mark. 6/10

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Tottenham manager Andre Villas-Boas has warned clubs interested in Luka Modric that the Croatia playmaker will not be sold until Spurs' £35million asking price is met.

Slaven Bilic to step down as Croatia manager after Euro 2012

Slaven Bilic has announced he will step down as coach of Croatia's national team after Euro 2012.

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'Draw is difficult...but it's also exciting'

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Lack of ambition is blamed for Lyons' bore draw

The almost certain failure of Lyons to advance to the knockout stage of the Champions League is a result of lack of ambition, the French side's goalkeeper Hugo Lloris said yesterday.

Inmusic Festival, Lake Jarun, Zagreb

"What's wrong with this bloke?" The Streets' bare-chested Mike Skinner berates the burly, naked Croatian man he's cajoled on to the stage who is taking perverse pleasure in refusing to crowd surf during the heart-rending "Dry Your Eyes".

Anger on streets as 'national hero' generals are jailed for war crimes

Up to 30,000 Croats took to the streets of the capital Zagreb over the weekend to protest against the jailing of two generals for war crimes in the Balkans wars on Friday.

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