Rio Grande do Sul’s Tricolor is still in a tight spot, but it’s still battling to stay in the top flight
It was win or win. it’s the Syndicate He achieved his goal this Tuesday, at home, by defeating Red Bull Bragantino 3-0 in a duel valid for round 33 of Brazilian Championship.
Diego Sousa opened the scoring after 5 minutes of play. Lucas Silva expanded at 34, and Jonatha Roberts finished third in 38 of the first half.
With this overwhelming first time, the Rio Grande do Sul team had peace of mind to secure a decisive victory in the battle against relegation in front of the empty Gremio Arena.
The win raised Grêmio’s tally to 32 points and to 18th place in Brazil. With six rounds remaining, the Rio Grande do Sul trio is four points away from leaving the Z-4.
However, the two teams directly ahead of Grêmio (Bahia and Juventus) have 36 points, but one game is postponed at the moment.
Red Bull, who entered the field with a team full of reserves as they prepared for the Copa Sudamericana final, have 52 points and remain in fourth place. However, with 34 games already played.
In a fight not to fall again, Grêmio returns to the field on Saturday, at Arena Condá, against Chapecoense, at 7 p.m. (Brasilia).
Red Bull returns to the field on Saturday, against Atlético, in the final of the Copa Sudamericana, in Montevideo, at 5 pm (Brasilia).
Gremio 3 x 0 Red Bull Bragantino
Objectives: Diego Souza, Lucas Silva and Jonatha Robert
Syndicate: brino. Rafinha, Jeromell, Kahneman, Cortez; Thiago Santos (Mateus Sarara), Lucas Silva and Campaz (Jean Berry); Ferreira, Diego Souza (Shoren), and Jonatha Robert (Alison). idiomatic: Wagner Mancini
Red Bull: Julio Cesar; Waverton, Rilby (Haider), Nathan & Gilherme; Luciano (Cristiano), Luan Candido, Pedrinho (Broninho); Weverson (Leandrinho), Alerandro and Gabriel Novaes. idiomatic: Mauricio Barbieri
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