On Saturday, the football returned for fans of the Bundesliga with their first live games at the highest level. While the game’s circumstances were far from average, the games were a source of entertainment and comfort for the plenty.

It’s important that football can return to Spain

Real Madrid midfielder Casemiro says it’s “important” that football can return to Spain and that if it happens. It will demonstrate that society can return to normal over time after the coronavirus pandemic. On Saturday, the football returned for fans of the Bundesliga with their first live games at the highest level. While the game’s circumstances were far from average, the games were a source of entertainment and comfort for the plenty. Spanish football hopes that the green light also resumes, while La Liga head Javier Tebas is currently aiming for June 12 to continue. “This is a crucial step, not only for football but also for society, to show people that it is possible,” Casemiro told reporters.

The level of the squad is excellent

“It’s not just about playing football, and it’s about people outside their homes. “I think that if we follow the measures that we must follow, we can do that too.” La Liga clubs have already returned to training in assembly for matches to restart. Zinedine Zidane substitutes his squad through his passes at Madrid’s Ciudad Deportiva training ground. Casemiro says the level has been excellent, with players having been given strict training regimes stick while at home. “The Work at home was crucial, and we did what the club and the coaching staff handed over to us,” he said. “The players are working well, and it shows now that we are back, that players worked at home.

 

“The physical level has been maintained and is visible on the training field”. Real Madrid captain Sergio Ramos gave a similar look in recent days, and he believes that “the country needs football”. Casemiro says he tried his best to help people during the coronavirus pandemic with no games in over two months. “I have tried to help people as much as possible because of the difficult time that we are going through,” he added. “Not only me, the other players, and the club, but that is the most important thing”. It’s also essential to put smiles on people’s faces in such difficult times, as these”.