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Bayer Leverkusen’s Unbeaten Streak Continues with Late Heroics Against Stuttgart

Bayer Leverkusen's Unbeaten Streak Continues with Late Heroics Against Stuttgart

Bayer Leverkusen extended their remarkable unbeaten run to 46 games with a thrilling 2-2 draw against Stuttgart, showcasing their resilience once again with a dramatic stoppage-time equalizer at the BayArena.

Stuttgart took control in the second half, going ahead 2-0 with goals from Chris Fuhrich and Deniz Undav. Fuhrich broke the deadlock soon after the break, followed by Undav’s clinical strike to leave Leverkusen facing their first Bundesliga defeat of the season.

However, Leverkusen’s fighting spirit shone through as they pulled one back through Amine Adli’s well-placed effort. The champions pressed for an equalizer, and their persistence paid off deep into stoppage time when Robert Andrich smashed home from close range to salvage a point.

This late drama mirrored Leverkusen’s recent trend of late heroics, as they secured another vital point in injury time. Last week, they needed a 97th-minute equalizer against Borussia Dortmund, highlighting their never-say-die attitude under Xabi Alonso’s management.

Leverkusen’s unbeaten record in the Bundesliga remains intact with just three games left in the season. They have already secured the league title with five games to spare and are now eyeing an unprecedented unbeaten campaign in Bundesliga history.

Alonso’s side is enjoying a stellar season, remaining unbeaten in all competitions with 39 wins and seven draws. They are also in contention for a remarkable treble, with the German Cup final still ahead and a crucial Europa League semi-final against Roma looming.

Despite their unbeaten streak coming under threat against Stuttgart, Leverkusen’s relentless determination keeps their remarkable season on track for more historic achievements.

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