Granada avoids being the worst in history in First Division

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The rojiblancos, with their victory against Osasuna last Sunday, surpass the 20 points earned by Granada in the 2016-17 season

Granada CF is in a good moment (JOSÉ M. BALDOMERO)

Granada CF has improved the records of its worst historical year in LaLiga EA Sports. The bad season of the Nasrid club made us think, until a few weeks ago, that Granada would worsen the team led by Tony Adams in the 2016-17 campaign and that was more marked by being the worst in the history of the Granada club in First Division than by the relegation as bottom that was consummated.

José Ramón Sandoval, who had a hard time helping the team, has given life and enthusiasm to a team that already has 21 points. Two victories and a draw in the last three games have restored enthusiasm to a team that, after having overcome the worst records, dreams of the impossible despite the fact that with fifteen points to play for, ten separate them from permanence. Furthermore, the Madrid coach has rescued players who were not counted on and others who seemed dull. Pellistri and Jozwiak, both winter reinforcements, have recovered their best version and have become regulars in the eleven. Lucas Boyé, who had not scored since September, has regained his best scoring version, converting two goals in the last three games and distributing assists.

Ahead, Granada has five games left to try to further improve its records compared to the disastrous 2016-17 season, which will continue to be the worst for the Nasrid team in the First Division, and try to work a miracle, something that Sandoval already achieved a few years ago. eight seasons in the Andalusian club. Real Madrid and Celta at home along with Sevilla FC, Rayo Vallecano and Girona at home are the duels that remain for a Granada team that, far from giving up, believes in a miracle and wants to close this bad season in the best possible way.

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