Kaderabek featured in the Czech Republic's starting XI, playing right back as he does for TSG. Andrej Kramaric was an unused substitute for Croatia and saw his side take a seemingly comfortable 2-0 lead around the hour mark.
The Czechs and Kaderabek, however, who played the full 90 minutes, did not give up the fight and reduced Croatia's lead after 76 minutes when substitute Milan Skoda found the back of the net. Manager Pavel Vrba continued to inject his side with quality from the bench and the equaliser in stoppage time also came from a substitute: Tomas Necid kept his nerves from the spot to give Czech Republic a precious point.
Croatia are now on four points from two games with good chances to qualify for the last 16. On June 21st Croatia will play their final group game against Spain, while Kaderabek and Co. need a victory from their parallel match with Turkey at the same time in order to progress into the knockout stages.