Lovren further lamented the semi-final defeat to France in the 1998 World Cup, though he now believes the disappointment from two decades ago has now been put to rest by reaching the final in Russian Federation 2018.
"From my point of view, people said I had a hard season but I don't agree", said the 29-year-old.
"I showed that I took Liverpool to the Champions League final and now with my national team we are in the final".
"I admire his ability to fancy himself, but he isn't one of the best defenders in the world".
"We couldn't control the ball or control situations", said Lovren.
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"It's something we'll never forget". We have come back after 20 years to the semis and we deserve it. People now will never forget us.
"Now we have the chance to do something even better and hopefully we can do it".
'It was tough first-half.
The Croatia worldwide will be hoping to emerge victorious against France in the final, and the way he helped shut Kane down will give him confidence.
But there is a major doubt over the participation of Vrsaljko, who hobbled off with a knee injury in extra-time during the quarter-final win over Russian Federation in Sochi.
Key to Croatia reaching the final has been the inspirational performances of Real Madrid's 32-year-old midfielder Luka Modric, who has not only lifted the Champions League trophy four times, but is the heartbeat of this Croatian team.
Speaking after Croatia's 2-1 win over England, Lovren told beIN Sports: 'It's something special, for me.