Croatia's Olympic dream remains alive following a tight win versus Tunisia ©Getty Images

Hosts Croatia beat Tunisia by five points in Split to keep their hopes of competing in the men's basketball tournament at Tokyo 2020 alive. 

Croatia were pushed to the limit, with the lead changing hands in the final quarter, but squeezed out a 75-70 win.

Mourad El Mabrouk had scored three free throws with 18 second left to make it a one-possession game, but Tunisia ended up on the wrong end of the result and were eliminated.

Croatia ended Group B second and will face Group A winners Germany in the semi-finals. 

Germany beat ROC 69-67 today, knocking the "neutral" team out.

The tournament in Split is one of four qualifiers taking place at the same time, with each offering one Olympic berth.

In Kaunas, another Jonas Valančiūnas double-double helped hosts Lithuania see off South Korea 96-57 and reach the final four.

Valančiūnas collected 13 rebounds and scored 15 points.

They topped Group A, while Slovenia beat Poland 112-77 to do the same in Group B.

A Luka Dončić double-double - 18 points, 10 assists - powered Slovenia to the win.

In Serbian capital Belgrade, the Dominican Republic secured the only semi-final spot not yet decided via a 94-67 victory over the Philippines.

They will play Italy, who defeated Puerto Rico 90–83 to win two-team Group B.

Serbia await the Puerto Ricans.

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