Barcelona and Real Madrid got back to winning ways as both sides renewed rivalry for the La Liga title.
Spanish football was suspended in March after the infection rate of the covid-19 infection escalated.
With the creation of 3D virtual supporters, the empty stadia are given an atmosphere filled with the voices of supporters during the games.
The Seville derby opened the restart of the league with a 2-0 win by Sevilla FC against Real Betis on Thursday, June 11, 2020.
After 56 minutes of play, Lucas Ocampos scored the first goal from the spot and Fernando Reges secured the second one on the 62nd minute.
Valencia surrendered their one goal lead in the last period of the game against city rivals Levante in the Valencia Derby.
Barcelona remain top
The Spanish League Champions, Barcelona won 4-0 against Mallorca on Saturday to maintain their lead on the league table.
Arturo Vidal got the first goal after just a minute of play. Martin Braithwaite also registered his first ever goal for the Catalan Club when he scored the scored goal on the 37th minute.
The Second half saw Jordi Alba cementing Barcelona’s lead with the third goal after connecting a fine pass from Lionel Messi.
Messi himself scored his 20th goal in the league and Barcelona’s 4th on the night at the 93rd minute.
Atletico Madrid failed to replicate the level of performance that saw them eliminate defending champions Liverpool FC from the UEFA Champions league champions after they were held to a 1-1 draw by Athletic Bilbao.
Diego Costa equalized for the Rojiblancos 2 minutes later after Iker Muniain had put Bilbao up on the 37th minute.
Both sides failed to score any goal in the second half with the score line remaining at 1-1 till the end of the game.
Real Madrid closed the point difference with Barcelona to 2 after they beat Eibar 3-1 on Sunday evening. The game was played at the Real Madrid Mini Estadi.
Toni Kroos got the Whites into flying mode after he scored from a ranger on the 4th minute. Captain Sergio Ramos scored the second for Madrid and his personal 6th in the current season.
Marcelo sealed the day for Le Blancos with a low thunder bolt on the 37th minute. Pedro Bigas pulled one back for Eibar in the second.
The La Liga teams return to action on Monday night with Sevilla playing Levante and Barcelona playing on Tuesday. The biggest fixture will take place on Thursday night when Valencia host Real Madrid.