Bayer maintained their hopes for the Champions League with a high victory over Werder
The German Bundesliga continues in full swing. The Bayer footballers beat Werder 4-1 away in the only match of Monday’s 26th round. There were no spectators at the Weserstadion due to measures against the spread of the new coronavirus, and visiting striker Kai Havertz shone with two goals in the first half.
With the victory against Werder, who is in danger of being relegated to the second division this year, Bayer scored the 50th point of the German Bundesliga season, which is only one point behind RB Leipzig’s Kevin Kamp (51 points). For Kai Havertz, it was his eighth goal of the season. Mitchell Weiser and Kerem Demirbay, 26, added one goal each this time to the high victory of the pharmacists. The only goal for the home team was scored by experienced defender Theodor Gebre Selassie.
Bundesliga, Monday’s match of the 26th round:
Werder Bremen – Bayer Leverkusen 1: 4 (1: 2)