Unstoppable Bayer Leverkusen: Setting Records and Raising Concerns in Bundesliga


In this season’s Bundesliga, Bayer Leverkusen’s footballers reign supreme. The league leaders have yet to taste defeat, establishing a remarkable new milestone in the competition. However, their triumphs haven’t been without intrigue, as a certain on-field incident following the first goal raised eyebrows and concern for coach Xabi Alonso.

The previous record holders for the longest unbeaten streak among German teams were Bayern Munich players. Under the helm of Hansi Flick between 2019 and 2020, the Bavarians went undefeated for 32 consecutive matches. Last weekend, Bayer Leverkusen’s squad matched the illustrious achievement of the record-breaking German champions, and on Friday evening, they surpassed it.

Granit Xhaka’s Theatrical Celebration

Amidst Bayer Leverkusen’s triumph over their opponents, Granit Xhaka’s goal celebration provided a moment of both amusement and admiration. Following his decisive strike to secure a 1-0 lead, Xhaka briefly feigned injury, prompting concern among fans, coaching staff, and teammates alike.

However, within moments, the Swiss midfielder revealed the orchestrated nature of his act, joining forces with Jeremy Frimpong and fellow teammates in a jubilant dance. The reaction from the coaching staff was priceless.

“The effort and unity displayed by the players week after week make working with them both easy and enjoyable. I continue to learn from every training session and every match,” emphasized Alonso post-game.

With their unwavering commitment, Bayer Leverkusen’s ambitions remain lofty, as they remain contenders for three titles this season. In the Europa League round of 16, they are set to face Karabakh Agdam, while in the semi-finals of the DFB-Pokal, they will encounter first-division side Fortuna Dusseldorf.


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