Croatia striker Nikola Kalinic has been supposedly sent home after to declining to go out as a substitute amid their 2-0 triumph over Nigeria in their first World Cup conflict on Saturday. 

Kalinic who was left on the seat was requested to enter by supervisor Zlatko Dalic in the last minutes of the Group D conflict in Kaliningrad. In any case, as indicated by reports in Croatia, the striker declined his supervisor's requests, referring to an issue with his back.

The Croatia manager was then compelled to swing to Marko Pjaca, a wide player, to enter a place of forwarding Mario Mandzukic. 

Talking in the wake of Saturday's win, Dalic told correspondents that the group had completed the diversion without wounds yet 'with an issue'. 

Amid Croatia preparing in front of Argentina conflict at their Saint Petersburg base on Sunday, there was no indication of Kalinic, Daily Mail affirmed 

As indicated by the report, the AC Milan forward is accepted to take the principal trip back home from Russia this week, leaving Croatia with Mandzukic the main absolute striker accessible in their squad. 

Be that as it may, the Croatian Football Association has not yet affirmed Kalinic's ejection but rather Dalic will address the issue at a public interview later today.