"England are one of the favourites to win the World Cup and you have to respect that", he said.
"From my point of view I had people saying I had a hard season but I don't agree with that", he told beIN Sports.
"I took Liverpool to the final of the Champions League".
"I admire his ability to fancy himself, but he isn't one of the best defenders in the world".
Lovren told CNN that they are a small country, only four million people and have big talent in their squad.
Conte's firing imminent as Sarri waits in the wings
And Omnisport understands Conte was present at Cobham on Monday as Chelsea got their preparations for the 2018-19 season underway. The Telegraph is reporting that Chelsea are going to pay £50 million to take Sarri and midfielder Jorginho to Stamford Bridge.
Many injured as plane crashes in S Africa
Police spokesman Isaac Mahamba told South African broadcaster eCNA : "There is smoke all over and paramedics are on the scene". Eyewitnesses described seeing the plane attempt to veer toward Wonderboom airport, then hearing an explosion.
Spain appoint Luis Enrique as new coach on two-year deal
Molina, 47, a former goalkeeper with Atletico Madrid, Deportivo La Coruna and Villarreal, earned nine Spain caps as a player. Fernando Hierro was given the job on a caretaker basis, to at least initially see Spain through this summer's World Cup.
"It's something we'll never forget".
"After 20 years, people will remember us, not only the '98 team". People should respect us. "In extra-time we showed we are still able with the fatigue to play our game".
"It was quite tough first half, we couldn't control the ball and they had some chances, but in the second half we did much better".
Lovren added that Luka Modric should be in line to win the Ballon d'Or following his excellent performances for Croatia, if they manage to beat France in Sunday's final. "Now we have a chance to do something even better".
Premier League giants Manchester United are reportedly ready to bid £50 million (R873 million) for an England worldwide who had an outstanding 2018 FIFA World Cup campaign.
Subasic suffered a tight hamstring towards the end of Croatia's quarter-final win over hosts Russian Federation and was unable to take goal-kicks before the tie went to penalties.
"I got a question about the 4-1 against Tottenham [in the Premier League]", he said.