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Dramatic Conclusion to Brasileirao: Vasco da Gama’s Salvation and Santos’ Relegation

This Wednesday there was an exciting and dramatic definition of the Brasileirao with the fight for the title, qualifications for international cups and permanence, which had its peak with the first relegation of Santos 111 years of history and the permanence of Ramón Díaz’s Vasco da Gama . Nine of the ten games on the last date played at the same time, which gave it a high-impact closing with attention in all the stadiums since most of the teams fought for something.

In the last part of the championship Vasco da Gama had been avoiding losing the category. Those led by Ramón Díaz were excited with a streak of five unbeaten games that included three wins and two draws, but their recent losses against Corinthians (4-2) and Gremio (1-0) made it complicated for the last date.

In Ramón Díaz’s team, Paulinho Paula opened the scoring for the Rio team and Léo Ortiz equalized for the visiting team. But in the 82nd minute, Serginho scored the second for the Rio de Janeiro team that was relegating and with his goal he achieved permanence.

The thing is that Vasco da Gama, although they first retained their place in the soccer elite of the neighboring country, they tied it and it became complicated. In the definition, their outlook was darkened by Bahía’s 3-1 victory over Atlético Mineiro and Santos’ partial 1-1 draw with Fortaleza. Marinho opened the account for the northern team and Messias equalized for the team in which Pelé and Neymar dazzled. In added time, Fortaleza scored the second goal through Argentine Juan Lucero and condemned Santos.

After Vasco da Gama was in the relegation zone for a few minutes, their agonizing victory saved them as it left them with 45 points, surpassing Bahía (44) and Santos (43), whose defeat made them lose by first time the top category in 111 years of history. In 2020 he reached the final of the Copa Libertadores, but this Wednesday he experienced the saddest day in his history.

Throughout his stay as coach of Vasco da Gama since July, Pelado Díaz’s harangues in the locker room went viral. In one of his last press conferences he strongly warned: “Vasco is not going to go down.” The Riojan is a born winner and managed to infect the team with him in order to achieve the goal of staying in the main division in Brazil.

Ramón Díaz’s premonition: “Vasco is not going to go down”

The head-to-head between Vasco da Gama and Santos comes from the meeting between them in Vila Belmiro, on October 1, when Peixe won 4-1 and Yeferson Soteldo had a gesture that angered the Rio players since the Venezuelan He stopped above the ball. Two months later the Rio de Janeiro team took revenge.

This heart-stopping closing with pure emotion in which some celebrated, like Vasco da Gama, and others suffered, such as the Santos players and players, set social networks on fire with memes and reactions.

It bears remembering that Santos was one of the great South American teams that had not gone down. Now that list is made up of thirteen squads: Boca Juniors (Argentina), Flamengo and San Pablo (Brazil), Nacional and Peñarol (Uruguay), Colo Colo (Chile), Olimpia and Cerro Porteño (Paraguay), Sporting cristal and Universitario (Peru) , National Athletic of Medellín (Colombia) and Tachira and Caracas (Venezuela).

On the other hand, Palmeiras drew 1-1 with Cruzeiro at Mineirao and became champions. Gremio’s 3-2 victory over Fluminense at the Maracaná, with a double from Luis Suárez, was not enough to take the title from Palmeiras.

The Brasileirao allowed 16 of its 20 teams to fight for something in its 38 dates. First is the title. Then the top six fight to qualify for the Copa Libertadores. Then there are six other places for the Copa Sudamericana. And then the last four lose the category.

THE BEST MEMES OF THE SALVATION OF VASCO DA GAMA AND THE DESCENDATION OF SANTOS:

2023-12-07 03:25:00
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