Bayer Leverkusen Extend Unbeaten Streak with Thrashing of Eintracht Frankfurt

Bayer Leverkusen showcased their dominance once again as they secured a resounding victory against Eintracht Frankfurt, extending their unbeaten streak to an impressive 48 matches across all competitions.

The match got off to an electrifying start for Leverkusen, with Granit Xhaka delivering a sensational strike from outside the box in the 12th minute, setting the tone for their commanding performance.

Despite Frankfurt briefly leveling the score through Hugo Ekitike’s downward header, Leverkusen quickly regained their lead just before halftime, with Patrick Schick rising above the defense to head home an Adam Hlozek cross.

The visiting side continued to assert their authority in the second half, with Exequiel Palacios converting a penalty after Nathan Tella was fouled in the box. Substitute Jeremie Frimpong further extended Leverkusen’s lead with a well-taken goal from Jonas Hofmann’s delivery.

As the match drew to a close, Leverkusen sealed their comprehensive victory with Victor Boniface calmly converting their second penalty of the match, leaving Frankfurt with no chance of a comeback.

With just two league games remaining in their quest for an unbeaten campaign, Leverkusen’s attention now shifts to the second leg of their Europa League semi-final against Roma, where they hold a promising two-goal lead. Under the guidance of manager Xabi Alonso, Leverkusen’s remarkable form and relentless pursuit of success continue to captivate fans and pundits alike, establishing them as a force to be reckoned with in European football.

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