‘WIN or die’ message is sprayed onto Quilmes’ stadium as club sink into a relegation battle after losing SEVEN league matches in a row in the Argentinian top flight.
The side currently sit second from bottom in a 30-team division after losing 12 of their 21 matches this season and now they appear to have a death threat on their stadium.
Relegation in the Primera Division is based on an averaging system, meaning the teams with the worst average across three years is relegated.
Their poor run in the current campaign means they are at risk of getting relegated and they will be replaced by the top teams from second tier.
The current average standings show Quilmes are on 86 points, which is the same points as 27th place, which is the first of four relegation places.
Quilmes now have eight matches to avoid relegation from top flight.