Bayer Leverkusen defeated against SC Freiburg

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DThanks to another record of Kai Havertz, Bayer 04 Leverkusen has returned to the road to success in the race for the Champions League spots. With his fifth goal since the restart of the Bundesliga, the national player in the 54th minute ensured the Werkself’s tedious 1-0 (0-0) success at SC Freiburg on Friday evening. Havertz was the first player under the age of 21 to hit 35 Bundesliga goals.

At the start of the 29th matchday, Leverkusen initially moved up to third place in the table. Coach Christian Streich’s Freiburg, however, remained victorious in the fourth game after the Corona restart and remain in the upper midfield of the league.

“It was a deserved win. We dominated the first half and the second half was also good. It is normal that things get tight in Freiburg, ”said Leverkusen’s Sven Bender. On the other hand, the disappointment was great. “It is extremely bitter. We played a really good game against a very good Leverkusen team. We should have earned a point, ”said SC captain Christian Günter and praised goal scorer Havertz:“ That is the quality he has. That he only needs one situation. “

Hardly getting through for the Bayer youngsters

The highly talented Bayer offensive was extremely difficult to find a gap against the disciplined defending Freiburg. Leverkusen’s coach Peter Bosz had changed his starting line-up from four to four against Wolfsburg. But even 20-year-old Havertz or 17-year-old Florian Wirtz, who had just moved into the first formation, found it difficult to get through.



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