In the World Cup, Croatia goalkeeper Danijel Subasic is undergoing a surprise In the knock-out phase, Denmark went to the quarter-finals in penalty shoot-out in Croatia. Luca Alcoholics has killed the Russians in the same way. And the main hero of their victory is that Danijel Subasic.
In the penalty shootout out of Denmark, Danijel Subasic has stuck three penalties. Sharing the record of the Portuguese star Ricardo stuck three penalty shots in 2006. Against Russia, one more penalty shot was stuck in the night. Another team lost to the bar by a 3-4 goal by the Russian football team lost. In addition, Danijel Subasic has saved 5 goals in the main match.
Who is this Danijel Subasic?
This professional football player of Croatia, Danijel Subasic was born on 27 October 1984. As a goalkeeper, he established himself in Monaco and Croatia’s national football team.
Danijel Subasic started professional football in Zardari in the 2003-04 season. After Zardari’s departure from ‘Top Flight’ in the 2005-06 season, he became the regular player of the first group of the Croatian second division club. In the summer of 2008, Hajduk split took him to the side. Later, in the first half of the 2008-09 season, in all the 18 league matches, Danijel Subasic became regular in the club. During the winter break in the season, the club decides to make permanent movements. From the presence of 13 more leagues for the club, Danijel Subasic holds the position permanently in the second half of the season.
In 2009-10, he was present in 24 league matches in his second season with Hajduks. He also took part in two other sports in the UEFA Europa League qualifying. Danijel Subasic also helped to win the club’s Croatian Cup. In the 2010-11 season, he played 20 matches in the league. In early November, he was given a rest before he started knocking on his knees before the start of the New Year. But before and after the injury, he was always the first choice.
In January 2012, Sovishich joined AS Monaco. On 10 August 2013, after his 2-0 win against Borodoro, his debut came in Monaco League-1.
Note that at the same time, in the first 13 Monaco matches in the league, only one defeat was encountered.
In the national team, Sobasic made his debut on March 1, 2006. He made an international debut with the Croatian national team in a friendly match against Denmark. In the same year he won six international titles to the team.