Croatia salvaged a 2-1 victory over Iceland in their final Group D match on Tuesday to qualify for the round of 16 as Group D winners.
The match took place at the Rostov Arena and was attended by a sell-out crowd of more than 43,000 supporters.
Milan Badeji broke the deadlock for Croatia, who had already qualified for the knockout stages coming into the match, in the 53rd minute. He hit a fine volley after a poor clearance past Hannes Halldorsson.
Iceland equalized from the penalty spot through Gylfi Sigurdsson, however, Ivan Perisic put his side back in front in the 90th minute securing a third victory in a row for his team.
Croatia will continue their World Cup campaign in the round of 16 against Group C runners-up Denmark.
Iceland, who were making their first appearance at the World Cup finished bottom of the group with one point.