The Colombian made a fantastic move to open the match against Granada, but the vermillion box collapsed and lost against Granada. Upon closing, with the consummate descent, Cucho was expelled.
Majorca will return to the Second division in the next season when sentencing his descent, on the penultimate date of LaLiga 2019/20, in a 3-1 loss to Pomegranate.
Colombian Juan Camilo Hernández had put the Balearic team ahead in the 20th minute, in a fantastic speed escape from Cucho, who then settled to finish off from the right and put the ball against the post to score the fifth goal of the campaign.
With the passing of the minutes, the hope of being able to have one more chance in the last date grew, to reach Celta in 17th position that escapes the loss of category. However, the local began to collapse at the end of the first half with the tie by Víctor Diaz.
The sentence came in the 70th minute, with a header from Carlos Fernández who went through the left post to give victory to Granada. Aleksandar Sedlar saw the red and left the Balearic Islands with one less, who assumed their decline and only witnessed 3-1 at the feet of Antonio Puertas.
Cucho Hernández not only could not avoid relegation, but at the last moment he was expelled due to protests against the referee.
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