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Can Bayer Leverkusen make history?

Can Bayer Leverkusen make history?

The Bayer Leverkusen is inching closer to a historic feat – finishing the season without a single defeat. Week after week, the German club edges towards this ultimate prestige, with their recent resounding victory against Bochum marking their 50th match without a loss. The moniker of ‘Neverkusen’, coined back in 2002 after their league and Champions League final setbacks, is being brushed aside this season as they rewrite the record books with their unbeaten streak.

Just one more match at home against Augsburg stands between Bayer and equalling an incredible record. Already, they’ve surpassed the unbeaten streaks of illustrious clubs like Juventus, Dinamo Zagreb, Rijeka, and notably, Benfica. Now, they’re on the cusp of matching another remarkable feat – finishing the season undefeated in the league. In the modern era, only three teams have achieved this: Milan in the 1991-1992 season, Arsenal in 2003-2004, and Juventus in 2011-2012.

Yet, none of them had the chance to clinch a treble with a European cup in tow. It’s a record that even the dominant Bayern Munich, reigning supreme in recent years in Germany, hasn’t managed to grasp.

With the potential of also securing victory in the Europa League, Xabi Alonso’s men are on the brink of a remarkable achievement that will be etched in the annals of football history.

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