Berlin (dpa) – Taking the top of the Bundesliga table for the first time in six years is just a nice snapshot for Bayer Leverkusen coach Peter Bosz.
“We all know there were only 11 games played. If that was the case after 33 games, I would say, ‘Hey, watch out!’ But not after eleven games, ” said the Dutchman in a Sky interview.
The Werkself will play the Rhine derby on Wednesday at 1. FC Köln and next Saturday Bayer will receive the Champions League winner and pursuer Bayern Munich. Bosz takes both tasks seriously. “For me, every game is a top game,” emphasized the 57-year-old.
“We want to win every game. And that must also be the mentality that we don’t look so far ahead, that we only see what comes first,” said Bosz. And you always want to win the next game: “No matter if it’s away, at home – or whoever the opponent is.”