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Formula 1 and Carlos Alcaraz sweep the last day of the invisible League of Javier Tebas

Monday's data continues to show that in Spain football loses interest little by little. The League of the Tebas boss is becoming more and more in


Monday’s data continues to show that in Spain football loses interest little by little. The League of the Tebas boss is becoming more and more invisible and this Sunday it was once again portrayed before the good audiences of Formula 1. Spanish Grand Prix swept the pay television grid with an audience of more than 700,000 viewers… and this taking into account that it was also televised free-to-air on Telecinco.

The spectacular comeback Fernando Alonsowhich went from last position to ninth and fourth in Carlos Sainz it was watched by a total of 729,000 viewers. This result is the product of the sum of the 489,000 who followed the race for DAZN and the 240,000 who saw it in #Vamos. Between both channels they reached a screen share of 6.6% share. To make an analysis with these numbers, it must be taken into account that 1,725,000 viewers followed it openly through Telecinco.

The Formula 1 Grand Prix beat the Barcelona-Villarreal, which was the most watched game of the day in the Spanish championship. The defeat of the culé team in the Camp Nou it was followed by 523,000 viewers. More than half a million viewers in a match with nothing at stake that saved the data of the invisible League of Thebes. As happens every weekend, only Real Madrid and Barcelona, ​​the teams that bet on the Super League, saved the pyrrhic numbers of a competition that loses interest as the days go by.

Reversal of Alcaraz to the invisible League

Data from the premiere alcaraz in this edition of Roland Garros they left in evidence the rest of the matches of the league day, where relegation was at stake. The victory of the Spanish tennis player against Londero was followed by 232,000 people, establishing a good 2.3% share. This game was more watched than the Royal Society-Athletic (201,000) and that the entire relegation day, which had a total number of viewers of 98,000 on its multifootball channel.

With regard to individual matches, Mallorca’s epic victory against Osasuna was seen by 90,000 spectators, the Cadiz against him Alaves It was seen by 82,000 and 76,000 saw Granada’s relegation live. A fact that invites reflection: the movie ‘Zack Snyder’s Justice League’ had more audience (95,000) than all these games.