2022 World Cup highlights: Croatia beats Canada 4-1

The second week of FIFA World Cup 2022 is underway on FS1 and we’ve got you covered with all the must-see moments from the Khalifa International Stadium in Doha, Qatar, where Croatia beat Canada 4-1.

Previously, Costa Rica defeated Japan in a Group E match and Morocco defeated Belgium in a Group F match.

You can watch this game and every match of the tournament on the FOX Sports Family of Networks – the tournament’s official English language broadcast partner in the US – and the FOX Sports app and FOXSports.com. You can also Stream full game replays for free on Tubi.

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Highlights Croatia vs. Canada | FIFA World Cup 2022

Canada and Croatia met in the group stage of the 2022 FIFA World Cup. Alphonso Davies got the goal going early by scoring for Canada in the 2nd minute. Croatia would react BIG, scoring two goals from Andrej Kramaric, one goal from Marko Livaja and one goal from Lovro Majer. Croatia won 4-1, marking only the second time they have scored four goals in a World Cup game.

Croatia vs Canada

2′ – That was fast!

Canada came out and breathed fire. In the opening moments, striker Alphonso Davies headed the opening goal of the game, giving Canada an early 1-0 lead and their first ever World Cup goal.

Canada’s Alphonso Davies scores goal against Croatia in 2′ | FIFA World Cup 2022

Canada's Alphonso Davies scores goal against Croatia in 2' |  FIFA World Cup 2022

Watch Canadian Alphonso Davies score against Croatia in the 2nd minute at the 2022 FIFA Men’s World Cup.

26′ – goal cancellation

Croatia thought they leveled the score as striker Andrej Kramaric sliced ​​and rolled his way to a successful result, but the goal was ruled offside.

36′ – This one counts!

Ten minutes after a goal was ruled offside, Kramaric scored the Croatians’ first goal of the day and ended the game in one game.

Andrej Kramaric of Croatia scores goal against Canada in 36′ | FIFA World Cup 2022

Andrej Kramaric of Croatia scores goal against Canada in 36' |  FIFA World Cup 2022

Watch Croatia’s Andrej Kramaric score a goal against Canada in the 36th minute at the 2022 FIFA Men’s World Cup.

44′ – Change of leadership

There’s a lot of electricity in there. Shortly after Croatia was on the board, they took the lead as striker Marko Livaja scored his second goal. Croatia led 2-1 at half-time.

Croatia’s Marko Livaja scores goal against Canada in 44′ | FIFA World Cup 2022

Croatia's Marko Livaja scores goal against Canada in 44' |  FIFA World Cup 2022

Watch Croatia’s Marko Livaja score a goal against Canada in the 44th minute at the 2022 FIFA Men’s World Cup.

49′ – Slightly wide

Canada scored in the blink of an eye early in the game, but has been difficult to score since then. However, it had the opportunity early in the second half, but midfielder Jonathan Osorio’s shot went a little to the left.

54′ – Keep it close

Canada goalkeeper Milan Borjan made an excellent save to close the gap on a goal.

70′ – The Kramaric Show

Kramaric sneaked a goal into the left side of the net for his second goal of the game. This put Croatia in the lead by two goals.

Andrej Kramaric of Croatia scores goal against Canada in 70′ | FIFA World Cup 2022

Andrej Kramaric of Croatia scores goal against Canada in 70' |  FIFA World Cup 2022

Watch Croatia’s Andrej Kramaric score against Canada in the 1970s at the 2022 FIFA Men’s World Cup.

90+4′ – One more thing to be sure

Croatia caught a quick break and put another goal on the board. Lovro Majer’s breakaway goal, assisted by Mislav Orsic, gave Croatia a 4-1 lead in what would be the final score.

Croatia’s Lovro Majer scores goal against Canada in 90+4′ | FIFA World Cup 2022

Croatia's Lovro Majer scores goal against Canada in 90+4' |  FIFA World Cup 2022

Watch Croatia’s Lovro Majer score a goal in 90+4′ against Canada at the 2022 FIFA Men’s World Cup.

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