Vida scored an extra-time goal for Croatia who booked a place in the semi-finals of the ongoing 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russian Federation defeating the hosts 4-3 on penalties following a thrilling 2-2 draw in Sochi on Saturday.
Croatia will now hope to go one better than 20 years ago when they meet England on Wednesday at Moscow's Luzhniki Stadium, for a place in the July 15 final in the same arena.
Croatia came from behind in Sochi with Andrej Kramaric cancelling out Denis Cheryshev's opener as the tie ended 1-1 after 90 minutes.
Croatian defender Domagoj Vida and ex-national team member Ognjen Vukojevic, both former players of Dynamo Kyiv, recorded a video address to Ukrainian fans after Croatia defeated Russian Federation in a dramatic penalty shoot-out that crowned the historic quarterfinal at a Sochi stadium. Can Croatia stop the English juggernaut in the semis?
Croatia coach Zlatko Dalic said Subasic's uncertain health had affected his substitution management going into extra time.
Henderson is desperate to play against Croatia and is keeping his fingers crossed the hamstring responds to treatment.
His hand was forced when Sime Vrsaljko went down with a knee injury early in extra time and Dalic was forced to use his final substitution to replace the defender. For Russia, Fyodor Smolov and Mario Fernandes were the ones who missed, while Alan Dzagoev, Sergei Ignashevich and Daler Kuziaev scored.
He dribbled to his left, getting the ball on his left boot before bending an absolute missile into the near post netting.
Media had labelled the game the "crucial match of this generation", stressing it was a chance to match the success of the 1998 squad that reached the semi-finals in Croatia's first World Cup as an independent nation.
Every quarter-final at the 2018 World Cup had been settled in normal regulation time. until Russian Federation and Croatia met in Sochi.
- Denis Cheryshev scored four goals for Russian Federation at the 2018 World Cup - only England striker Harry Kane has scored more (six).
One more would see England in their first World Cup final in 52 years.
Another weekend at the 2018 World Cup brought another two days of top level football.
Croatia are through to the semi-final of the World Cup after beating Russia/Croatia following a nerve-wracking penalty shootout.