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[VIDEO] Watch Behind the Scenes How Modrić Battled for 4 Months to Regain Fitness

Pool work, some trick basketball shots and boxing drills helped Croatian international Luka Modrić return to fitness after more than 95 days out of the game…

Thanks to a video compiled by Real Madrid you can see how the midfield maestro battled to regain his fitness after limping off against Italy last November with a thigh muscle injury. Last week he finally played his first official match for his club Real Madrid. Good news for Croatia as they play Norway in an important EURO 2016 Zagreb in on 28 March.



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