Speaking on the eve of Croatia's meeting with England, Dalic said: "We are a country where anything is possible, so there are no surprises".
England's remarkable set-play success is the fruit of extra preparation on the training ground with attacking coach Allan Russell, who has travelled with Southgate to the United States to study strategies from the National Basketball Association and NFL.
The Slavic country has been one of the better performers at this World Cup, even though it may not have come with much entertainment. "And we have fewer days to recover for the semi-final than we did for the quarter-final. I am crying! We will party all night", said a fan before being mobbed by other fans on the main square in Zagreb.
"You can see they have been working hard on set-pieces - that's why they're scoring so much".
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Dalic, who enjoyed a solid but unspectacular career as a midfielder in Croatia, was given the national job a year ago after success as a coach in Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates. The midfield, in particular, has an enviable El Clásico combination of Real Madrid's Luka Modric and Barcelona's Ivan Rakitić. "Something had to change to get the results", Dalic said.
Despite the pre-World Cup barbs and snipes regarding Russia's quality and the politically-charged commentary related to the hosts, they bowed out in style, having exceeded expectations and injected the tournament with a healthy dose of enthusiasm.
It will be Croatia's first appearance in the last four of football's flagship event since 1998 while England have not made it this far since 1990. They then edged out Denmark and hosts Russian Federation on penalties in the knockout stages to set up a semi-final with England.
Dejan Lovren, a man who will be crucial to Croatia's enjoyment of the clash at Moscow's Luzhniki Stadium, was sat next to Dalic on Tuesday and he exuded the same calm confidence as his coach. The Croatia midfielder would spend four seasons at White Hart Lane and it was a period in which he had a close-up view of the travails of the England team; the angst, anger and division that characterised the feel of it.
"We will have to improve on our set-piece defending between now and Wednesday". "I expected to see him today, but I hope to see him soon.".