Soccer-Athletico overrun lacklustre Gremio 4-2 in Brazil

Soccer-Athletico overrun lacklustre Gremio 4-2 in Brazil

27/9/2021 2:41:00 AM

Soccer-Athletico overrun lacklustre Gremio 4-2 in Brazil

CURITIBA (Reuters) - Gremio’s relegation worries continued on Sunday as they were beaten 4-2 by Athletico Paranaense and fell to their fourth loss in six games in Brazil.

Thiago Santos and Vanderson got goals back in the second half for the visitors but Gremio were outplayed and the defeat leaves them third bottom of the Serie A table with 22 points from 20 games.The bottom four go down. Athletico climb a spot into ninth in the 20-team Serie A.

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