Kaiserslautern 0-2 Leverkusen: Ballack, Sam great-finish
Bayer Leverkusen managed to reap the full point in advanced Bundelisga. A visit to the stable Kaiserslautern, Friday (11/18/2011), Leverkusen won the match with a final score of 2-0.
Playing the game at Fritz-Walter, Kaiserslautern Leverkusen managed to balance the game so the first half was closed with a strong score at 0-0.
However, in the second half the visitors managed to break the dead end . Is Michael Ballack, who took Leverkusen 54 minute lead over his team's ex.
Receiving feedback from Sidney Sam cooked, Ballack, who appeared with a mask to protect his nose, fired hard in anticipation of goalkeeper Kevin Trapp with less than perfect. The ball bounced and rolled into the goal Kaiserslautern.
Kaiserslautern goalkeeper former players back again uprooted. This time the goal was made by Sam in the 70th minute to double their advantage to 2-0 Leverkusen.
Leverkusen managed to climb into the top six ranked standings with 22 results 13 times played. While Kaiserslautern was moved from the position 12 with a value of 13.
Kaiserslautern: Trapp, Dick, Amedickk, Abel, Bugera, Kirch (Shecther 62 '), Petsos (Sukuta-tubs 76'), Sahan (Nemec 76 '), Tiffert, Fortunis, Kouemaha
Leverkusen: Leno, Schwaab, Freidrich, Toprak, Kadlec, Bender, Reinartz (Rolfes 77 '). Sam, Ballack, Casto (Oczipka 90 '), Kiessling (Derdiyok 88')