Denmark vs Croatia

UEFA Nations League: Pasalic scores against a stubborn Denmark to give Croatia first win in campaign

The best chances of the first half fell to Denmark's Andreas Cornelius, who had a curling left-foot shot swatted away by the keeper and a goal ruled out three minutes later when fullback Joakim Maehle was deemed to have committed a foul in the build-up.

An opportunist second-half goal from Mario Pasalic gave Croatia a 1-0 away win in Denmark in their Nations League Group A1 on Friday as playmaker Luka Modric came off the bench to turn the game around for the visitors.

Croatia starts to react, having more arrivals to Denmark's goal, but the home team has not backed down.

Goal disallowed for Joakim Mæhle, after fouling the Croatian defender prior to the ball being played in, the referee flagged the infringement.

GOOOOL! for Croatia, Mario Pašalić opened the scoring after a series of rebounds that left him with the ball in front of the goal and he just finished it off.

Pasalic scores against a stubborn Denmark

The Croatian defense is having a hard time keeping up with Denmark's attack, taking out the balls they receive.

Croatia wins by the minimum against Denmark, despite the local dominance the Croatians found a space in the defense that they took advantage of and gave them the advantage.