Bayern Leverkusen takes three points home after beating SC Freiburg 1-0

Leverkusen added three points to his locker after earning a worked win over Freiburg, who prevailed 1-0 this Friday in the Schwarzwald-Stadion. SC Freiburg He faced the game with the intention of adding more points to his locker after drawing 3-3 in the last game played against Eintracht Frankfurt. Regarding the visiting team, Bayern Leverkusen he was defeated 4-1 in the last game he played against VfL Wolfsburg. Thanks to this result, the team of Leverkusen is third while Freiburg he is eighth at the end of the match.

During the first half there were no goals from any of the players of each team, so the result remained 0-0 during the first 45 minutes.

The second period began favorably for Bayern Leverkusen, who went ahead with a bit of Havertz in the 54th minute, ending the match with a final result of 1-0.

The coach of Freiburg gave way to Schmid, Gulde, Franz, Waldschmidt and Kwon Chang-Hoon by Sallai, Kübler, Koch, Höler and Tap, while Leverkusen gave the green light to Alario, Diaby, Paulinho and Tapsoba, which came in to replace Sinkgraven, Havertz, Bailey and Florian Wirtz.

In the match the referee showed two yellow cards to the visiting team. Specifically, he showed a yellow card to Alario and Amiri.

With this victory, Bayern Leverkusen it rises to 56 points and is placed in third place in the classification, in the Champions League access square. For his part, SC Freiburg It remains with the 38 points with which it arrived at this day of the competition.

In the next appointment of the calendar, both teams will play in their fief. SC Freiburg will face Borussia Mönchengladbach while Bayern Leverkusen will do it against Bayern München.

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