A Corinthians fan spent last week anticipating his win at New Coimica and seeing Grêmio go down. Viel, who would like to see this scenario as a kind of revenge for 2007, can now see Timao help the team from Rio Grande do Sul to stay in the top flight.
That’s because Corinthians face Juventud in the final round of Brazil, Gremio’s direct opponent in a no-fall battle. If Timao secures the three points in Alfredo Gaccone, the Rio Grande do Sul team will minimize one of the factors that could cause his downfall. With this scenario, Mancini’s men will need to win the duel against Atlético MG and hope that Bahia will not score points against Fortaleza.
On the other hand, if Juventus draw or beat Timao on Thursday, Grêmio will go down regardless of the result against Atlético-MG. However, Corinthians cannot give up the three points so as not to risk seeing Fortaleza, who is fifth, with 55 points, take fourth place in the table.
The revenge that Viel intended relates to 2007. On that occasion, on December 2, Corinthians and Gremio tied 1-1, in Porto Alegre. The result, along with Goias’ victory over Internacional, in the same round, confirmed Timao’s relegation. This Sunday, at the Neo Química Arena, Fans took many banners, coffins and balloons to indicate the truth of the matter and to raise the possibility of landing.
Given the above scenario, the rudder Want to know what you’d prefer, Corinthians fans: to secure three points and a fourth place, or see Grêmio go down with another “small batch” of Alvenegro? Vote in the survey below!
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