Vukojevic, a former Croatia worldwide, published the video on social media after the match on Saturday in a move which was criticised by Russian politicians.
As the game went to extra time, and then penalties, the beers kept flowing and Mandzukic's bar tab sailed past 3000 pounds ($5325), according to Croatian news site 24Sata who said the 32-year-old outlaid 25,000 kuna toward the bill.
Jeff Peard was cheering for England, and said the atmosphere in Winston's, especially during a big moment for England, made it a good place to watch game.
England's loss in 1990 was turned into a documentary film and has become a fabled part of the country's "52 years of pain" since their 1966 World Cup triumph.
"We're one of only three teams ever to get to a World Cup semi-final". There will in time be positives to take, it's very hard now to put that into context, it's a bit too soon, really, because I think you have to suffer the result a little bit.
The England boss was amused at the prospect of fans both in Russian Federation and back at home observing Waistcoat Wednesday in tribute to the man who has guided the nation to within perhaps just 90 minutes of a first final since 1966.
"Two years ago, I remember what happened two years ago", Deschamps said, via Reuters.
He said: 'I know how disappointed England must feel right now but I couldn't be more proud of this team and you should hold your heads high.
The Three Lions' journey to the penultimate stage of the tournament has seen victories over Panama and Tunisia in Group G, as well as wins over Colombia and Sweden in the knockout stages. "We're looking forward to the future", said Young.
The coach of the 1998 side, Jaroslav Ciro Blazevic, said for a long time he did not want any other team to match his players' achievements.
England were the favourites heading in to the semifinal, but it wasn't to be, and those watching at home were left distraught, some in tears. "We'll be there and it's a once in a lifetime opportunity seeing them in the World Cup". Fans in Castlefield Bowl in Manchester city launched their drinks into the air as they celebrated Kieran Trippier's goal.