Argentina goalkeeper Willy Caballero was pressed into duty in this summer’s World Cup thanks to an injury suffered by presumed starter Sergio Romero mere days before the tournament started.

Caballero was fine in Argentina’s 1-1 draw with Iceland on Saturday, but he was far from fine on Thursday, when he conceded a goal to Croatia that was almost entirely his fault.

Sure, it was an incredible finish by Ante Rebic, but he never should have even had the opportunity to strike that volley like he did.

Croatia would double their lead through Luka Modric and a wonderstrike, and you can’t put all of that one on Caballero, at least.

Just for the hell of it, Croatia added a third through Ivan Rakitic.

And hey, shoutout to Andres Cantor for half of incredible calls. He’s arguably been the highlight of the World Cup for neutral fans.

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