Colombians who can be relegated in the 5 major leagues in Europe | Colombians Abroad

The main European leagues are in their final stretch. Although in all except the Premier Leaguethe champion is already defined, there are other quite striking disputes that will surely go until the last day.

The descent It is undoubtedly a factor that gives something to talk about. Even more so considering that eight Colombians are fighting to maintain the category. They do not want to follow the same path of ‘Cucho’ Hernandez with the descended Watford English.

Below is the case of each coffee grower. From the most serious to the most ‘quiet’:

Damir Ceter

In the absence of two days to conclude Serie A, Cagliari occupies the 18th place and for the time being it would lose the category. It is only one point from Salernitana (marks salvation) and four from both Spezia and Sampdoria.

This Sunday Ceter and company receive neither more nor less than Inter, who are fighting for the title, and close the championship at Venezia, who although they are fighting not to be relegated, for this duel they could already have their luck cast. For its part, Salernitana is left with Empoli and Udinese.

Yerry Mina

Everton is compromised in the last boxes of the Premier. He is currently 16th with 36 points, two more than Leeds United, the relegation team.

The good news for Mina and her team is that they have one game less and if they win it they will be nothing from salvation. Brentford, Crystal Palace and Arsenal will be their rivals to beat. On the Leeds sides, the calendar marks Brighton and Brentford. Anything can happen.

Luis Suarez, Santiago Arias and Carlos Bacca

The situation is manageable, but not easy. Granada has two games remaining for the Spanish league and four points separate it from the relegation that Mallorca marks for now.

The trio of Colombians need a victory against Real Betis (visitor), who are playing for a place in the Europa League, or Espanyol (local) to seal their continuity. Although two draws, due to the abysmal goal difference with the Majorcans, it is also worth it. The group depends on itself so there is no excuse.

Kevin Agudelo

Although the situation is not as serious as Ceter’s with Cagliari, Spezia is mathematically at risk. Four points separate him from the red zone with two dates to go, which is why he cannot give up ground.

Agudelo has the opportunity this Saturday to seal salvation at Udinese’s home. In case of failure, he will have to visit David Ospina’s Napoli to risk his life. Another that depends on himself.

Johan Mojica and Helibelton Palacios

Only a monumental disaster would send Elche to the Spanish second division. Six points remain in dispute and the same amount separates him from the 18th position occupied by Mallorca, however the goal difference between the two is exaggerated.

While Mojica and Helibelton have -13, the Majorcans have -30. In other words, Colombians should receive at least 15 goals in their last two duels to say goodbye…



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