Bayer Leverkusen did not win in the Bundesliga for the fourth time in a row. Union Berlin, the number five of the ranking, managed to beat the formation of trainer Peter Bosz with 1-0 at home.
Leverkusen, where Daley Sinkgraven had a base place and new acquisition Timothy Fosu-Mensah was not yet entitled to play, had the better of the game in the German capital. But it didnt reach goals and just after the rest, Die Werkself was even lucky when Cedric Teuchert, striker of Union, hit the pole.
After that the men of Bosz put on something and it seemed that the winning goal would still fall. Patrik Schick had it on his shoe several times, but the liberating goal no longer fell for the number three of the ranking. To the greater disaster, Union struck: Teuchert met target two minutes before time and plunged Leverkusen into mourning.
This allows teams such as Bayern Munich, RB Leipzig and Borussia Dortmund to do good business. If BVB wins it takes the third place of Leverkusen and leader Bayern can increase the margin to seven points. Leipzig, which is second state, stands five points ahead of Bosz and his own.