Dutch-born Ghanaian sensation Jeremie Frimpong showcased his prowess with a stellar goal, propelling Bayer Leverkusen to a decisive victory over Bayern Munich this Saturday afternoon.
Frimpong, initially starting from the bench, entered the fray in the 65th minute during Leverkusen’s commanding 3-0 triumph over Bayern Munich in the Bundesliga’s week 21 showdown.
The scoring barrage commenced with Josip Stanisic finding the net in the 18th minute. Andrich orchestrated a brilliant play down the left wing, delivering a precise low cross into the box.
The ball eluded Upamecano and fell perfectly to Stanisic, who calmly slotted home from close range with his right foot.
Alejandro Grimaldo doubled Leverkusen’s advantage in the 50th minute following an electrifying run by Nathan Tella.
In a sublime display, Bayer Leverkusen sealed the deal with a spectacular third goal in stoppage time. Edmond Tapsoba and Guerreiro combined seamlessly, setting up Jeremie Frimpong, who elegantly curled the ball into the open goal.
With his outstanding contributions, Jeremie Frimpong has amassed 20 appearances, netting six goals, and providing six assists in the Bundesliga this season.