Tah: “Everything else would be an insult”

Wonderkid Florian Wirtz - Leverkusen's Midfield Maestro
Already the Saturday was glossy from Leverkusen view. The pursuers from Berlin, Freiburg, Leipzig and Hoffenheim had alleged their games all – and the Rhineland had a spectacular 5: 2 with a spectacular 5: 2 at Borussia Dortmund from their point of view.

At now five points lead on table space Five Bayer 04 has the Champions League firmly in view. “We should not compare so much,” relatively relativized Captain Jonathan Tah in the “Dazn “interView, but then, with a view to the royal class, said,” “As Bayer Leverkusen with our potential and our quality, you can not say anything else, That would be an insult. “

Andrich had to prevail in front of free-kick gate

Tah himself had taken care of with a fulminant volley shot for the gate for the interim 4: 1 – not the only worth seeing the Rheinlander. For another, it had probably a little conviction. Robert Andrich had to prevail before his directly transformed free-kick for 3: 1 namely in a duel – and with his own teammate.

“Kerem Demirbay has wanted to bring arguments to shoot him because we battles a bit of Batteln, who shoots him better,” Andrich explained his duest meeting with his midfield colleagues in front of the gate. “But from the position he was just better for a legal foot. With the gate he can now say little against it.”

He wants to eat the world.

Gerardo Seoane about Florian Wirtz

As a surprise, Youngster Florian Wirtz presented itself, who already scored a goal for the third time in his first fourth Bundesliga game against Borussia Dortmund. Even in the run-up to the game he had known “still an invoice open” with the BVB. According to trainer Gerardo Seoane, however, this mating had not taken care of an extra kick at the 18-year-old. “He wants to eat the world,” the Swiss grinned. “He does not need extra motivation.”