So it is after Sevilla’s victory in the derby against Betis
93 days have passed, but finally the Santander League standings it has moved again. The last time he did it was on March 10 after a Eibar – Real Sociedad that it was disputed behind closed doors because the coronavirus was starting to do its thing. More than three months later, still without an audience, the ball rolled again in our football with a Seville – Betis which was sealed with Seville’s 2-0 victory.
Sevilla won the Seville derby and remains third in the classification with 50 points, ahead of Getafe by four, fifth with one less game, while Betis remain 12 with 33 points. Ocampos and Fernando scored both goals for Lopetegui’s.
This was the first match to be played on Thursday. On Friday Granada will face Getafe (19:30) and Valencia to Levante (22:00) in another of the derbies of this day. On the other hand, on Saturday it will be opened by Espanyol – Alavés at 14:00. In the afternoon, Celta will face Villarreal (17:00), Leganés Valladolid (19:30) and Mallorca Barcelona (22:00).
For Sunday, one of the classics of our League remains: Athletic – Atlético de Madrid, which will be played in San Mamés at 14:00. At 19:30 and at the Alfredo di Stéfano stadium, Real Madrid will host Eibar, while at 22:00 Real Sociedad will face Osasuna to put an end to a day that will undoubtedly go down in history of our football for being the first after the coronavirus crisis.
Santander League standings