Josko Gvardiol born on 23 January 2002 is a Croatian expert footballer who plays as a protector for Bundesliga club RB Leipzig and the Croatia World Cup team. Gvardiol started playing football at the age of seven when his father Tihomir, once an unprofessional player in his natural Novigrad, took him to Tresnjevka.
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While there, he was marked by Lokomotiva and Zagreb conversely, at the last minute he received a deal from Dinamo Zagreb, which his family accepted. After being enthralled by his acts for youth teams, senior Dinamo coach Nenad Bjelica called Gvardiol up to the senior team for pre-season sports in Slovenia in summer 2019. On 2 July, he scored in a 2–0 friendly win over Austria Klagenfurt.
On 10 October 2019, he was involved in The Guardian’s Next Age group list. Gvardiol received his first call-up to Croatia FIFA World Cup team under-21 team in October 2019, at the age of 17. When Coach Igor Biscan registered him in the squad for Under-21 Euro 2021 qualifiers against Lithuania and the Czech Republic. For more to know about FIFA World Cup Tickets Click here.
Gvardiol debuted on 14 November against the former challenger, being named in the initial line-up, as Croatia won by 3–1. On 8 October 2020, he recorded the tenth goal in Croatia’s 10–0 success over San Marino, the biggest triumph in the history of the FIFA World Cup team. On 9 March 2021, he was named in Biscan’s 23-man team for the group stage of the competition; however, he was required to miss it due to a quadriceps injury.
On 17 May, he was named in Biscan’s 23-man team for the knockout stage of the event, as well as Zlatko Dalic’s 26-man group for the UEFA Euro 2020. After losing 2–1 to Spain after extra time in the Under-21 Euro quarterfinal, Gvardiol joined the Croatia Football World Cup team. He made his senior appearance in a friendly 1–0 downfall to Belgium.
On 6 June, being substituted on for Borna Barisic at halftime. A week advanced, he received his first start for the national team. After 19 years, four months and 21 days, he became the youngest ever player to play for Croatia Football World Cup at the main contest, surpassing Mateo Kovacic. On 8 October 2021, he scored his entrance goal for Croatia in a 3–0 Qatar FIFA World Cup qualifying victory.
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