2007 World Championship in Germany: Croatia came 5th
He played in only one of the ten matches, versus Spain in the second round with the result 29:28 (he played 15 minutes and scored 1 goal). He was not a part of the roster for the other matches: in the group phase versus Morocco 35:22, vs South Korea 41:23 and Russia 32:27, in the second round against Denmark 28:22, Hungary 25:18 and the Czech Republic 31:29, for the quarterfinal versus France 18:21, and in the playoffs for positioning between the 5th and 8th place against Spain 35:27, and in the 5th place match against Russia ending with 34:25.
2008 European Championship in Norway: Silver for Croatia
He played in seven of the eight matches: in the group phase against Poland 32:27, the Czech Republic 30:26 and Slovenia 29:24, in the second round versus Denmark 20:30, Montenegro 34:26 and Norway 23:23, in the semifinal against France 24:23, while he was not in the roster for the finals match against Denmark 20:24. He scored a total of 17 goals.
2008 Beijing Olympics (China): Croatia finishes 4th
He played in all of the eight matches: in the group phase versus Spain 31:29, Brazil 33:14, France 19:23, Poland 24:27 and China 33:22, in the quarterfinal against Denmark 26:24, in the semifinal against France 23:25, and in the bronze medal game against Spain 29:35. He scored 24 goals.
2009 World Championship in Croatia: Silver for Croatia
He played in all of the ten matches: in the group phase against South Korea 27:26, Kuwait 40:21, Cuba 41:20, Spain 32:22 and Sweden 30:26, in the second round versus Hungary 27:22, Slovakia 31:25 and France 22:19, in the semifinal versus Poland 29:23, and in the finals against France 19:24. He scored 38 goals.
2010 European Championship in Austria: Silver for Croatia
He played in all of the eight matches: in the group phase against Norway 25:23, Ukraine 28:25 and Russia 30:28, in the second round against Iceland 26:26, Austria 26:23 and Denmark 27:23, in the semifinal versus Poland 24:21, and in the finals against France 21:15. He scored a total of 25 goals.
2011 World Championship in Sweden: Croatia came 5th
During the last practice before the World Championship Domagoj got injured and played in seven of the nine games at the tournament (he missed the first group match against Romania ending 27:21, he did not enter the game against Algiers 26:15, and played against Australia 42:15, Serbia 24:24 and Denmark 29:34, then in the second round against Argentine 36:18, Sweden 25:29 and Poland 28:24, and ultimately in the 5th place match versus Iceland 34:33). He scored 13 goals; however, due to nerve compression problems he saw little playing time, only two and a half hours.
2012 European Championship in Serbia: Croatia wins bronze
He played in all of the eight matches: in the group phase against Iceland 31:29, Slovenia 31:29 and Norway 26:20, in the second round against Spain 22:24, France 29:22 and Hungary 24:24, in the semifinal against Serbia 22:26 and in the bronze medal game versus Spain 31:27. He scored 13 goals.
2012 London Olympics: Croatia wins bronze
2012 London Olympics: Croatia wins bronze
He played in all of the eight matches: in the group phase versus South Korea 31:21, Serbia 31:23, Hungary 26:19, Denmark 32:21 and Spain 30:25, in the quarterfinal versus Tunisia 25:23, semifinal against France 22:25, and in the bronze medal game against Hungary 33:26. He scored 32 goals (7th scorer in the tournament), his 35 assists were tied for the most assists (the Swede Kim Andersson had the same total), and he led the way in combined goals and assists (67, followed by Kim Andersson with 62...).
2013 World Championship in Spain: Croatia wins bronze
He played in all of the nine matches: in the group phase against Australia 36:13, Algiers 31:20, Hungary 30:21, Egypt 24:20, Spain 27:25, then in the round of 16 versus Belarus 33:24, in the quarterfinal vs France 30:23, the semifinal against Denmark 24:30, and in the bronze medal game against Slovenia 31:26. His 40 goals ranked him as the second scorer in the national team and eighth in the tournament overall, and his 27 assists were the highest in the national team, and second best in the championship, and he topped the tournament in combined goals and assists (67 points, and the Macedonian Kiril Lazarov came second with 66...). He was selected to the best tournament team.
2014 European Championship in Denmark: Croatia finishes 4th
He played in all of the eight matches: in the group phase vs Belarus 33:22, Montenegro 27:22 and Sweden 25:24, in the second round against France 25:27, Russia 33:25 and Poland 31:28, in the semifinal against Denmark 27:29 and versus Spain in the bronze medal game ending in 28:29. He scored 36 goals, ranked as the 5th tournament scorer, and was also selected to the best tournament team (best centre back).
2015 World Championship in Qatar: Croatia secures round of 16
The 24th World Championship is currently under way, with Qatar as the host (15 January – 1 February 2015).
In the first three rounds in group B Croatia beat Austria 32:30 (Domagoj had 5 assists and 6 goals in 43 minutes of play), Tunisia 28:25 (Domagoj had 3 goals and 2 assists in 51 minutes of play) and Iran 41:22 (Domagoj played 20 minutes, scored two goals and had 4 assists).
Croatia secured their place in the round of 16. Unit the end of group competition it still has to play with Macedonia (21 January) and Bosnia and Herzegovina (23 January). The round of 16 matches are played on 25 and 26 January, the quarterfinals on 28 January, the semifinals on 30 January, and the bronze medal game and the final on 1 February.