Bayern Leverkusen vs AS Roma (agg:2-0): Europa League Semi Final Match Preview.

The Champions League success of German clubs shows how well Bayer Leverkusen have done to become Bundesliga champions, says boss Xabi Alonso.

The undefeated Bundesliga champions Bayer Leverkusen are well-positioned to advance to the Europa League final in Dublin following their 2-0 victory against Roma in the away leg of their semifinal match.
The fact that Bayer Leverkusen hasn’t lost in any competition this football season is among the most astounding statistics, and Xabi Alonso’s team should have no trouble getting to the Europa League final.

Results for the first leg AS Roma vs Bayern Leverkusen

After defeating Roma, who had won just one of their previous five games, 2-0 at the Stadio Olimpico last week, their route to Dublin appears clear.

Borussia Dortmund, a different German team, is in the Champions League final. Bayern Munich’s stunning 4-3 aggregate loss to Real Madrid in the second leg of their semi-final on Wednesday prevented them from securing an all-German final, but Dortmund advanced to the final for the third time in their history with a 2-0 aggregate victory against Paris St-Germain.

“What we’ve been able to do is not easy because of the high level in the Bundesliga,” Alonso said to reporters. It’s a huge plus for the Bundesliga. I should applaud Dortmund and their coach Edin [Terzic] since reaching the Champions League final is a difficult feat.”

With no clubs remaining in the last four of the Champions League or Europa League this season, former Liverpool player Alonso was questioned about if the Premier League’s claims to be the finest top division were justified. “You have free speech, but the facts remain facts. The 42-year-old Spaniard remarked, “They’re facts, you cannot disregard them.”

Leverkusen record this season

Leverkusen has scored 91 goals in 24 games at the BayArena this season, and they don’t seem to be about to back down despite their large lead. Expect the recently crowned Bundesliga champions to twist the knife if they get the chance to win Thursday’s second leg. It would be simple for the Italians to give up if they find themselves behind early on.

Although Florian Wirtz has been one of the major outstanding performances for Leverkusen during their rise to the top of the German game, the 21-year-old is capable of making an even bigger impression on another unforgettable night.

At the center of everything that Alonso’s team has generated, Wirtz has tallied 18 goals and provided 15 assists; his goal in the first leg was his seventh in as many games. The German international appears like a solid pick to add to his tally against his Serie A opponents on Thursday after scoring a hat-trick in a recent home league triumph against Werder Bremen.

Odds of Leverkusen making it to the finals

Leverkusen just needs to avoid losing to Roma by more than one goal on Thursday in order to advance to the Europa League final, which will take place in Dublin on May 22. However, Alonso stated that the match was still ongoing and continued, saying, “A comeback leg is never safe. “A goal has the power to swiftly alter the circumstances and perspective, regardless of the initial outcome. Our goals are to control the game, play aggressively, and play solid defense.”

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