La Liga is back, with virtual cheers
You would be able to catch the remaining 11 matches of the Spanish league. The La Liga is the second top European football league to resume amid the coronavirus pandemic, following the Bundesliga’s return last month.
The 11 remaining rounds of fixtures will be played over the next five-odd weeks as age-old rivals Barcelona and Real Madrid vie for the La Liga crown.
The league will begin with the Seville derby between Sevilla and Real Betis on Friday. Barca, which leads by two points, returns to action in an away clash with Real Mallorca on June 13, while Madrid hosts Eibar the following day.
But that’s not all. Though the matches would be played on the ground without any audience, the people sitting at home would be given the real feel of the game. Home audiences would be able to hear the cheers and visual graphics just like happens in normal matches. Imagine this as a FIFA video game but with real players! So keep you popcorn ready kids.