Bayer Leverkusen – SV Werder Bremen 1: 1: Demirbay dream goal not enough for the Werkself

In the Bundesliga Bayer Leverkusen is still on the spot. Against promoted Werder Bremen it was only enough for a 1: 1 (0: 0).

At Bayer Leverkusen there was great helplessness after the final whistle, on the other hand, the pros from promoted Werder Bremen were enthusiastically celebrated by the around 4,000 fans who had traveled with them. The factory club missed the liberation blow in the Bundesliga with a 1-1 (0-0) win over the Hanseatic League after beating Atletico Madrid 2-0 in the Champions League on Tuesday. Coach Gerardo Seoane is facing a restless international break.

“The failure to convert chances was the decisive factor. It’s been a burden on us all season,” said Bayer’s midfield ace Kerem Demirbay, whose wonderful goal to make it 1-0 (57th) wasn’t enough for three points. The crossbar hit by Leverkusen’s Sardar Azmoun (88th) is symptomatic.

But Bayer also had big problems against the North Germans. Demirbay: “Bremen does it really well with their long balls and they ruin our game. We just have to do better.” After seven league games, the highly talented team only has a meager four points on their account.

Milos Veljkovic (82′) equalized late for Werder, with Bayer keeper Lukas Hradecky not making a good impression. As a result, Bremen remains undefeated in their fourth away game this season.

Bayer coach Seoane wanted to take the positive energy with him after the sense of achievement in the premier class. He started Jeremie Frimpong, who had set up both goals when he was substituted on Tuesday, from the start. Adam Hlozek took a seat on the bench for this.

Before kick-off, ex-national player Lars Bender was presented with the honorary captain’s pennant by Bayer Sport Managing Director Simon Rolfes and club boss Fernando Carro, and the north curve thanked him with a “Thank you, Lars” choreography.

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