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Thanks for joining us this afternoon. Croatia just about deserved the victory – Modric's strike was certainly deserving of something. As my former Guardian colleague Jack Schofield points out:
RESULT: Turkey 0-1 Croatia
There's an uncontested drop ball about to be contested. Turkey launch the ball back into the Croatian area but straight to the keeper. We have now had five minutes of injury time. Not much of it has involved actual play though...
Turkey almost have a chance but a great late tackle by Corluka snuffs out the chance. And is now down again and eating up more time. The referee makes him leave the field.
Turkey still pressing. The ball floats into the area and Danijel Subašić flops onto the ball in that way that goalkeepers do when their team is winning and the clock is into injury time. Mandžukić is substituted.
Kramarić gives away a free kick near the centre circle and Turkey come forward with the teenage Mor again. But he's blocked and the ball cleared and the Turks need to start again. Volkan Sen is given a yellow card for a tiny infraction. He's not happy. Four minutes to be added on...
The Croatian sub drives down the left but the ball runs out and Turkey have a goal kick with two minutes to go. And Croatia make another time-eating substitution, with Rakitic coming off for Schildenfeld.
Sen has added some zip to Turkey's attacking efforts and then Mor clips a ball into the area but it bounces away harmlessly.
Given what happened in 2008, neither of these teams are going to believe it's over until it's actually over. Turkey push forward and sling the ball into the box but it's easily cleared first time. Perisic is now being substituted. He might be injured. Or he might just be eating up 20 seconds. On comes Andrej Kramarić.
A surging run by Perisic into the Turkey area brings out a great save by Volkan Babacan, who comes out and smothers. Now Perisic is down, clearly wasting time, and is told to get off by the referee. A stretcher appears but he walks off, eating up seconds and bringing whistles from the Turkish fans. Six minutes to go and stillL Turkey 0-1 Croatia.
There's a nervous hush around the Parc de Princes.
Caner Erkin gets it up and over but the Croatian keeper gathers easily enough. Nine minutes to go.
A flowing Turkish move down the right seens Strinic bring down Sen on the edge of the box after a lovely little backheel by Mor. Free kick in a danger area...
Modric is dispossessed in midfield and the challenges are flying in. Time running out for Turkey (unbeaten in eight competitive games before today).
Corluka now has a new bandage – back to a white one. He's off the field for a couple of minutes but Turkey can't capitalise. Turkey 0-1 Croatia. 15 minutes to go.
Croatia rattle the Turkish woodwork again as a Perisic header clips the bar. But then Turkey storm back and are battering the Croatia defence. Corluka goes down with the ball nowhere near him: he has a bleeding head but that also gave the team in blue time to regroup and take the steam out of Turkey who were putting together a good spell.
And now Turkey are starting to press. Çalhanoğlu shoots from 20 yards. It goes wide but the intent was there and it's still a one-goal game.
Turkey roll the dice with their last substitution, bringing on 18-year-old Emre Mor for Tosun.
This was the free kick that clipped the Turkish bar:
Turkey are chasing and harrying, but Croatia are showing composure, passing the ball to safety. A quick break to Perisic on the left, his low ball flashes across the six-yard box, past the keeper and just eludes Brozovic.
SUB: Turan comes off for Turkey and is replaced by veteran Burak Yılmaz (who is currently plying his trade in China).
Modric stumbles under a challenge in the box and to give him full credit, he plays on with no dramatics. Didn't look like a penalty but he didn't try to make it look like one either. The ball eventually reaches Turkey's pink-clad keeper and safety.
Chance! The ball drops to Marcelo Brozovic about 10-yards out and he swivels and drives the ball hard but fractionally over the bar. Still 1-0 to Croatia, always a brittle lead. Half-an-hour to go.