Santa Teresa, Espanyol and EDF Logroño are already Second teams

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Santa Teresa, Espanyol and EDF Logroño are the first three teams to certify their relegation to the Second division after, still with two games to play, their defeats against Rayo Vallecano (5-0), Atlético de Madrid (4-1) and Eibar (1-2) resolved the chronicle of announced declines. The other remaining places will be resolved between Deportivo and Betis.

Santa Teresa says goodbye by fitting a ‘hand’

Santa Teresa certified their relegation in a bad game in Vallecas, a match that turned their backs on them from the first moment and where they ended up thrashing. The locals released the score before the first quarter of an hour of action through Paula Fernandez with a shot from the front that slipped through the squad. At half an hour, Isadora Freitas he finished off a center by Tere Morató at the bottom of the tights. And before the break, a wall between Pilar Garcia and Paula Fernández finished with a goal from the first. In the final stretch of the meeting, Paula Fernandez scored again for the squad and Chule Bravo closed the account with a right hand from inside the area.

Santa Teresa sees how its second adventure in the highest category barely lasts a season. After rising last year by leading the South Group of the Iberdrola Challenge, the team led by Juan Carlos Antúnez has not been able to face a course marked by a lack of goal (it is the team with the fewest goals in favor) and goals conceded in the last minutes (it is the team that has lost the most points between minutes 80 and 90).

The descent of Espanyol is already mathematical

Espanyol went to bed on Saturday with a foot and a half in the Second Division after being defeated 4-1 by Atlético de Madrid, but Sunday’s results ended up sending the parakeets to the silver division.

This confirms the decline of one of the historic teams of Spanish women’s football (It is the team that has played in the highest category for the most seasons, 29) which has a League and six Queen’s Cups in its showcases. The team led by Rubés Casado, who was already saved last year by the pandemic despite not winning a single game, returned to play with fire this season although it ended up burning.

The EDF can not even playing against 10

EDF Logroño ends the day as bottom, and in Second, after losing at home against Eibar who played 80 minutes with one less player. The expulsion at 12 minutes of Arene Altonaga could condition a match that consumed its first half without goals.

Ida Guehai the light premiered at the start of the second act taking advantage of an assistance from Jade Boho, but the joy of the locals barely lasted. Arola Aparicio Y Carla Morera They turned the scoreboard in just nine minutes putting the game uphill.

EDF Logroño’s adventure in the top flight has barely lasted three seasons. Next year, already playing as DUX Logroño, he will play in the silver category with the intention of returning as soon as possible.

Pulso Deportivo-Betis to save the category

The relegation place that remains to be resolved remains in the hands of Deportivo (26 points) and Betis (31), who precisely face each other in Seville on the next day to be played on June 20 [dado que ahora hay parón por selecciones]. The Galician team needs to win that duel (and the golaverage between the two that dominates the Betic team with a 3-1 victory) and on the last match day against Athletic Club (at home) while Betis would be worth a score against Deportivo or on the last day against Madrid CFF (away) if you keep the golaverage On your part.

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