Vrsaljko, who plays for Atletico Madrid, had struggled to be ready for the match after playing in two previous extra-time matches, but he found the strength to lift his exhausted, battered team to a comeback win.
Crowds gathered at locations including London's Hyde Park, Millennium Square in Leeds, Nottingham Castle, and Birmingham's Archway outdoor cinema.
Regular Claire Turrell, who is also on the Bar 1 committee, said: "Throughout the World Cup, the venue has shown the matches on four indoor screens, a projector screen, and three outdoor screens in its beer garden".
Plus, even though the probability of any match will end a certain way that doesn't mean it will and for reference the probability after 90 minutes of normal play for Croatia winning is 29%, the probability of the draw is 30% and the probability of England winning this match is 40%.
Some threw drinks to the ground and stormed out of Ashton Gate Stadium, though some struck a more conciliatory tone.
"The mood in central Moscow tonight is: the Russian team has lost, long live the Russian team", he said.
"I just feel so disappointed".
"They have done so well". Since this is his last World Cup, given his age, I'm very glad he's among the last four at the World Cup, but all the other players are putting in that effort.
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"Semi-finals, they've done what they had to do, they took us to the semi-finals". It was a one-sided affair really where Sweden struggled to the see the ball as Gareth Southgate's men dominated and subjugated the Swedish side 2-0.
Russia's unexpected World Cup run ended on penalties after a thrilling quarter-final against Croatia on Saturday, and the hosts left the stage having earned the admiration of fans both home and overseas for their indomitable spirit.
"He is our captain, our leader, we follow him and if the team manages a great result and he gets the Ballon d'Or he will deserve it, and I want it for him".
"That speaks volumes in itself. If I had a vote, I would vote for Luka", he said.
British Prime Minister Theresa May and her Belgian counterpart exchanged national team jerseys at the European Union summit two weeks before their countries met at the World Cup.
"It's been fantastic until now".
"We did win. Most importantly, they won for us, for the whole country".
There is little prospect that they would have come this far without Modric, who as a boy was forced to flee his village home after his grandfather was killed by Serb forces in the Croatian independence war. I say that because of the front three - Hazard, De Bruyne and Lukaku - which I think is better than France's front three - Griezmann, Mbappe and Giroud.