The Japanese Ritsu Doan and Masaya Okugawa gave the victory this Sunday to Arminia Bielefeld at the home of Bayer Leverkusen (1-2) and took him out of the relegation places of the Bundesliga on the 25th day, since he is now 15th.
The painting of Frank Kramer, who was in his third game at the helm of Arminia Bielefeld, stormed the BayArena and complicated the host’s European future. Bayer Leverkusen lost again and although they are still 6th, in the continental zone, they are threatened by Unión Berlin and Freiburg.
Arminia Bielefeld, who had not won since last January 20 against Stuttgart, achieved a victory eight games later thanks to the Japanese success. In the 18th minute, Doan took advantage of a ball he received from Austrian Christian Gebauer to beat Lennart Grill and put the visitors ahead. He increased his rent at game time thanks to Masaya Okugawa.
Dutchman’s Peter Bosz’s team regained their options with five from the end with a goal from Patrick Schick, but had no time to equalize the crash.
The Arminia Bielefeld is located in the zone of permanence to a point of the descent that marks the Hertha. Bayer Leverkusen, which is moving away from the Champions League, maintains sixth place, but with two income only compared to Union Berlin.