At the end of the 26th Bundesliga lift, Bayer Leverkusen completed its mission by divesting Werder.
Kai Havertz, the German international midfielder and all of Europe currently fighting, was the game’s hero with two goals. He first opened the score (28th) and chose a serving from Frenchman Moussa Diaby. Then, and after the local population was leveled with the Czech Gebre Selassie (30th), he allowed a second by using a service from Demirbay. In the last eight games, all competitions together, Havertz has drawn 12 decisive gestures (8 goals and 4 assists).
Diaby double decisive passer
Werder’s team tried to respond after returning from the dressing room, but failed. Bayer closed the lock behind to preserve the victory. Visitors even offered the luxury of adding the cost of writing two projects. Diaby struck his ferry suit again to allow Mitchell Weiser to make it 3-1. Then Demiraby closed the brand on 81st and took advantage of an offer from Bellarabi.
With this victory, Leverkusen secured its 5th place in the rankings. A good sign before we competed with M’Gladbach (3rd) next week. For Werder, on the other hand, the situation is much less rosy. The former club of Johan Micoud is in 19th place in the standings after this eighth straight loss announced at home.