Bayer Leverkusen Extend Unbeaten Streak with Late Equaliser Against Stuttgart

Bayer Leverkusen showcased their resilience once again as they secured a dramatic stoppage-time equaliser to salvage a draw against Stuttgart, extending their remarkable unbeaten streak to 46 games in all competitions.

Despite trailing 2-0 after 56 minutes, Leverkusen fought back valiantly at the BayArena to maintain their unbeaten record. Robert Andrich’s 96th-minute goal ensured Leverkusen shared the spoils, adding another chapter to their extraordinary run.

Having already clinched the Bundesliga title with five games to spare, Xabi Alonso’s side is now eyeing an unbeaten campaign in Bundesliga history, remaining on course with just three games remaining.

Stuttgart took the lead through Chris Fuhrich early in the second half, followed by Deniz Undav’s composed finish. However, Leverkusen refused to concede defeat, with Amine Adli pulling one back to ignite hopes of a comeback.

In a crowded penalty area, Andrich found the net from close range to rescue a point for Leverkusen, echoing their late heroics in previous matches. Last week, Leverkusen secured a draw against Borussia Dortmund with a 97th-minute equaliser from Josip Stanisic.

The team’s resilience has been evident throughout the season, with Jeremie Frimpong also scoring a crucial late equaliser against West Ham in the Europa League. Leverkusen’s unbeaten run stands at 39 wins and seven draws, underscoring their dominance across all competitions.

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