Russian national team midfielder Alexander Golovin spoke to the press about his team’s upcoming World Cup match following an open training session in Novogorsk on Wednesday. “The training sessions focused on our recovery. We played football today, but not for long. And by July 7 all the players will be ready to the maximum,” Golovin said. Talking about expectations of Croatia clash, the... Еще midfielder said that Russia should “start from our strong points and impose our own game.” “I think that the match against Croatia will be more or less equal. The one who will show more character and resilience, will dominate the game,” he added. Russia will play Croatia in the World Cup quarter final at the Fisht Stadium in Sochi on Saturday.