Für Werder endete immerhin die Torflaute im eigenen Stadion, doch gegen die starken Gäste hätte die Kohfeldt-Elf deutlich mehr investieren müssen. Feierabend in Bremen: Der SV Werder unterliegt daheim mit gegen Bayer 04 Leverkusen und setzt seinen Negativlauf also auch nach der Pause fort. Werder Bremen vs. Bayer Leverkusen im LIVE-TICKER: ABPFIFF. 90' + 3' Dann ist das Spiel zu Ende. Bayer 04 Leverkusen gewinnt bei Werder.
Stadt Bremen sagt Werder-Heimspiel gegen Leverkusen abBellarabi setzt sich gegen Friedl durch, flankt scharf vor das Tor, wo Volland jedoch Probleme hat, den Ball im Tor unterzubringen. Das war die bisher beste. Für Werder endete immerhin die Torflaute im eigenen Stadion, doch gegen die starken Gäste hätte die Kohfeldt-Elf deutlich mehr investieren müssen. Im Grunde hat Werder Bremen im "Geister-Montagabendspiel" gegen Bayer 04 Leverkusen () alles gezeigt, was es braucht, um aus der.
Werder Vs Leverkusen Social counter VideoSV Werder Bremen - VfB Stuttgart - 1-2 - Highlights - Matchday 10 – Bundesliga 2020/21
Bender 44' 23 M. Weiser 61' 22 D. Sinkgraven 12 E. Tapsoba 20 C. Demirbay 78' 11 N. Amiri 29 K. Havertz 28' 33' 27 F. Wirtz 19 M. Diaby Coach: P.
Player Bookings 24 J. Eggestein for P. Bargfrede 54' 19 J. Sargent for L. Bittencourt 71' 41 N. Woltemade for D. Selke 71' 8 Y. Vogt 85' 22 F.
Bartels for M. Rashica 85' 15 S. Langkamp 17 N. Lang 27 S. Player Bookings 38 K. Bellarabi for F. Wirtz 61' 9 L.
Bailey for M. Diaby 62' 15 J. Baumgartlinger for N. Amiri 71' 13 L. Alario for K. Havertz 85' 7 Paulinho for C. Tah 25 E. Palacios 6 A.
Werder Bremen D. Klaassen L. Augustinsson N. Füllkrug C. Pizarro Ö. Toprak K. Möhwald Bayer Leverkusen K.
Volland L. Additional info. Match Officials Referee: T. Stieler Assistants: H. Henschel J. A couple of the goalscorers - Alario and Klaassen - are missing from the starting line-ups today, can someone step up to open the scoring?
He's won the most challenges of any player so far. We can hear coach Florian Kohfeld relaying instructions on the sidelines, telling his team that they're doing well thus far.
Neither side has been able to stamp control in the game. Selke has had few touches in these opening minutes. Fluid operation so far.
Everyone getting a touch and warming into the game, including Wirtz, who is playing from the right flank.
The ball is rolling in Bremen for the final game of the Bundesliga's returning Matchday Diaby's great work on the wings and Demirbay's set-piece skill set him up to score two headers - both from close range but neither of them simple.
In between, Gebre Selassie had scored Bremen's first goal at home in over eight hours of play. Having seen three goals in the space of five minutes, we have to say this one is still wide-open.
Bayer have beaten both of them this season, and Die Werkself are also the third-highest scorers in the Bundesliga this calendar year 22 , and boast the joint-third best defence nine against.
All three were relegated. Kohfeldt will be hoping his side can snap both streaks today after the break in play.
With Bayern, Dortmund and Gladbach all picking up maximum points and Leipzig taking one against Freiburg, the pressure is on Leverkusen to keep themselves in the fight for the title.
Meanwhile, for Bremen, a win tonight can take them within two points of Fortuna Düsseldorf in the relegation play-off spot at the bottom.
A crucial game for both sides. He's in with both Kevin Volland foot out injured and Lucas Alario only fit for the bench. Wirtz - an attacking midfielder who will likely be operating behind Kai Havertz this evening - was born 3 May He joined the club during the winter break from local rivals Cologne and just five months later, will make his debut for the club.
Florian Wirtz - at 17 years and 16 days old - will make his debut for Bayer Leverkusen in the German top-flight, breaking Kai Havertz's record to become the youngest debutant in the club's history.
Down by one goal after the first half Bayer turned that result around thanks to two Karim Bellarabi goals in the second half. Hence, the game against Werder will be a must-win scenario for Heiko Herrlich.
But it seems doubtful that Bayer will be able to turn things around against a Werder side that is flying high at the moment. Maxi Eggestein is on fire at the moment.
Considered to slow to become a Bundesliga player just a year ago the midfielder has undergone an amazing development in the last few months under head coach Kohfeldt.
After working hard on his athleticism, the year-old has now scored four goals in eight Bundesliga games this season and is considered one of the brightest midfield prospects in Germany at the moment.
The year-old also salvaged a point for Bayer last week against Hannover and had shown an uptick in his form ever since his red card foul against Rafinha that earned him plenty of criticism in the German press.