Liverpool's Dejan Lovren during training.
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Lovren has stood out for Liverpool recently, scoring a stoppage-time winner in the epic 4-3 second-leg win over Borussia Dortmund which sent the Premier League side into the Europa League semifinals.He was also outstanding in the 3-1 aggregate semifinal defeat of Spanish side Villarreal which propeled Liverpool into the final against holders Sevilla in Basel.Cacic's squad includes six players from Croatian champions Dinamo Zagreb, with 21-year old goalkeeper Dominik Livakovic called up on standby. Croatia are in Group D at 24-nation Euro 2016 along with holders Spain, the Czech Republic and Turkey.
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