Europa League final: Bayer Leverkusen against Bergamo in the live ticker

Live ticker Europa League final

Bergamo rewards itself for a strong start – Leverkusen is behind

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The early lead: Ademola Lookman (front) celebrates after his goal to make it 1-0

Those: dpa/Federico Gambarini

Bayer Leverkusen will face Atalanta Bergamo in the Europa League final. The new German champions have been undefeated for 51 games and want to take the second step on the way to the treble. Follow the game here in the live ticker.

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Leverkusen’s next final is scheduled for Saturday. In Berlin the DFB Cup final (8 p.m./ARD and Sky) will be against second division team 1. FC Kaiserslautern.

The outsider can count on the support of some prominent fans. “Leverkusen will win one hundred percent, unless you have an FCK heart, then of course there will be a few percent who speak against it,” said the new HSV sports director and former U21 national coach Stefan Kuntz. And of course he has the FCK heart. His best memories with FC Kaiserslautern are the 1990 cup final and the 1991 championship.

However, Kuntz will be cheering on the FCK from afar. “I already have something in common with Kaiserslautern, so I’m watching it. But before that, I’m doing the relegation games for television and that’s why I’ll probably watch it at home with friends and family,” said the former CEO of 1. FC Kaiserslautern. Kuntz also has his hands full with the second division team HSV, which did not make it into relegation.

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Former national player Josephine Henning will also watch the final with friends and family. “The whole summer is full of football, which also involves work. That’s why, I think, it’s a pleasure to just watch Family and get excited,” she said.

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She wants to experience the way Leverkusen plays all season. “That a team that has been completely written off grabs people emotionally again,” said the 2016 Olympic champion. “And I just want maybe a surprise, I just want a great game, a great kick.” Nice memories with football I have them at home, in Trier, the Rhineland and the Palatinate. “We had a lot of people who came from the Palatinate in women’s football. I just like this rustic, simple, simple derby. I love this. This is exactly what I celebrate.”

Rarely have the roles in a cup final been so clear: on the one hand, the FCK, who had to worry about staying in the second division for a long time. On the other hand, the German champions Bayer Leverkusen, who have marched through the league and cup unbeaten so far this season.


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