The restart of the Bundesliga has boosted the football. The games are conducted without the fans in the empty stadium. Stadium filled with the echo traveling through the silence of the seats that show the naked stands of fans. The fields have been closed due to the threat of the corona virus. In their home stadiums the players no longer feel the heat of their fans. A trend that has made the field factor have evaporated in the two days that have been played in the German League after the break by COVID-19.

Only three teams have been able to win at home on the Bundesliga lap.

In only three games has the local team triumphed. Borussia Dortmund (4-0 to Schalke on Match day 26), Bayern (5-2 to Eintracht on Match day 27) and Hertha (4-0 to Union also on Match day 27) have been the only ones to have won in their empty stadiums. Of the 18 games played, only 16.7% of them have claimed victories at home. The visitors have been the ones who have won the most: 10 home wins, 55.5% of all duels played in these two days.

A change of order in what happened in the Bundesliga before the Corona virus. Sunday was the best example: Augsburg (0-3 to Schalke) and RB Leipzig (0-5 to Mainz) won by scoring and without conceding a goal and Cologne could only draw (2-2) against Fortuna Düsseldorf in the last minutes.

What will happen to La Liga? About the Spanish League resumption?

Spanish presidential government Pedro Sanchez has given the green light. The expected date of first game of La Liga is June 12. All the 110 remaining games will be conducted behind the closed doors.

Del Olmo points out that concluding the League is a solution because it preserves many economic interests. But he also pointed out that playing without an audience, “cannot make us say that the competition is adulterated, but it is altered. The first match will be held on June 12 Sevilla vs Real Betis.

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