On Saturday received climbers Arminia Bielefeld the strong elf of Bayer Leverkusen. Although Bayer goalkeeper Hradecky made a spectacular faux pas, the Werkself took three points from the Alm.
Gates: 0: 1 Bailey (27th), 1: 1 Hradecky (47th / own goal), 1: 2 Dragovic (88th)
The Werkself presented a good picture from the start, but Leverkusen’s attacks, which were usually too complicated, came to nothing for a long time. After half an hour Bailey was finally able to take care of the guests as he refueled and transformed himself inimitably into the penalty area.
Shortly afterwards there should have been a penalty for Bielefeld, but after Sinkgraven fouled Doan on the edge of the penalty area, referee Brych and his VAR waived a whistle.
Even after that, Leverkusen was superior and Arminia hardly ever came up with their own offensive actions. The guest tour during the break was well deserved.
Only two minutes after the restart, however, Bielefeld surprisingly equalized – with the spectacular help of Leverkusen’s goalkeeper Hradecky. The goalkeeper had put a back pass from Sinkgraven himself into the goal.
As a result, Leverkusen was unsettled and Bielefeld sniffed at the lead. But when everyone wanted to come to terms with the 1-1 draw, Dragovic won the final score of 2-1 for the Werkself.