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2001–02 Bayer 04 Leverkusen season

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Manager  Klaus Toppmöller
DFB-Pokal  Runners-up
Champions League  Runners-up
Bundesliga  2nd
Premiere Ligapokal  Preliminary round
Top goalscorer  Michael Ballack (17)

Bayer Leverkusen became the first club ever to finish runner-up in both the Champions League and domestic league and cup competitions in the same season, with a potential treble unravelling in the final couple of weeks of the season, resulting in no trophies won at all, plus the defections of stars Michael Ballack and Zé Roberto to Bayern Munich. It dominated the second half of the Champions League final against Real Madrid, but lost 2–1 due to a volley from Zinedine Zidane in the latter stages of the first interval.

Contents

Bundesliga

  • Bayer Leverkusen-Wolfsburg 2–1
  • 1–0 Lúcio (40)
  • 2–0 Lúcio (47)
  • 2–1 Markus Feldhoff (86)
  • Hansa Rostock-Bayer Leverkusen 0–3
  • 0–1 Yıldıray Baştürk (12)
  • 0–2 Ulf Kirsten (66)
  • 0–3 Zoltán Sebescen (76)
  • Bayer Leverkusen-Bayern Munich 1–1
  • 1–0 Ulf Kirsten (69)
  • 1–1 Giovane Élber (79)
  • Schalke 04-Bayer Leverkusen 3–3
  • 1–0 Tomasz Hajto (10)
  • 2–0 Jörg Böhme (40 pen)
  • 2–1 Michael Ballack (58)
  • 2–2 Ulf Kirsten (73)
  • 3–2 Emile Mpenza (80)
  • 3–3 Bernd Schneider (90 + 1)
  • Mönchengladbach-Bayer Leverkusen 0–1
  • 0–1 Hans-Jörg Butt (3 pen)
  • Bayer Leverkusen-St. Pauli 3–1
  • 1–0 Michael Ballack (44)
  • 2–0 Ulf Kirsten (60)
  • 2–1 Marcel Rath (79)
  • 3–1 Bernd Schneider (80)
  • Borussia Dortmund-Bayer Leverkusen 1–1
  • 1–0 Márcio Amoroso (7)
  • 1–1 Dimitar Berbatov (79)
  • Bayer Leverkusen-Freiburg 4–1
  • 1–0 Yıldıray Baştürk (10)
  • 2–0 Michael Ballack (23)
  • 2–1 Adel Sellimi (25)
  • 3–1 Michael Ballack (42)
  • 4–1 Oliver Neuville (60)
  • Energie Cottbus-Bayer Leverkusen 2–3
  • 0–1 Ulf Kirsten (4)
  • 1–1 Sebastian Helbig (12)
  • 1–2 Michael Ballack (43)
  • 2–2 Vilmos Sebok (52)
  • 2–3 Ulf Kirsten (57 pen)
  • Bayer Leverkusen-Stuttgart 4–1
  • 0–1 Ioan Ganea (9)
  • 1–1 Zé Roberto (24)
  • 2–1 Boris Živković (59)
  • 3–1 Lúcio (63)
  • 4–1 Dimitar Berbatov (85)
  • 1860 Munich-Bayer Leverkusen 1–4
  • 1–0 Thomas Häßler (31)
  • 1–1 Torben Hoffmann (33 og)
  • 1–2 Diego Placente (78)
  • 1–3 Bernd Schneider (84)
  • 1–4 Oliver Neuville (90 pen)
  • Bayer Leverkusen-Kaiserslautern 2–1
  • 0–1 Jeff Strasser (18)
  • 1–1 Michael Ballack (34)
  • 2–1 Michael Ballack (50 pen)
  • Köln-Bayer Leverkusen 1–2
  • 1–0 Markus Kurth (57)
  • 1–1 Ulf Kirsten (63)
  • 1–2 Oliver Neuville (72)
  • Bayer Leverkusen-Hamburg 4–1
  • 0–1 Jörg Albertz (7)
  • 1–1 Michael Ballack (14)
  • 2–1 Oliver Neuville (27)
  • 3–1 Oliver Neuville (58)
  • 4–1 Oliver Neuville (63)
  • Werder Bremen-Bayer Leverkusen 2–1
  • 0–1 Bernd Schneider (38)
  • 1–1 Marco Bode (39)
  • 2–1 Frank Verlaat (58)
  • Bayer Leverkusen-Nuremberg 4–2
  • 0–1 Cacau (26)
  • 1–1 Zé Roberto (27)
  • 1–2 Cacau (58)
  • 2–2 Zoltán Sebescen (62)
  • 3–2 Michael Ballack (63)
  • 4–2 Oliver Neuville (85)
  • Hertha Berlin-Bayer Leverkusen 2–1
  • 1–0 Andreas Neuendorf (19)
  • 1–1 Oliver Neuville (37)
  • 2–1 Pál Dárdai (62)
  • Wolfsburg-Bayer Leverkusen 3–1
  • 1–0 Robson Ponte (40)
  • 2–0 Tomislav Marić (56)
  • 3–0 Tomislav Marić (77)
  • 3–1 Oliver Neuville (87)
  • Bayer Leverkusen-Hansa Rostock 2–0
  • 1–0 Boris Živković (76)
  • 2–0 Michael Ballack (80)
  • Bayern Munich-Bayer Leverkusen 2–0
  • 1–0 Giovane Élber (67)
  • 2–0 Stefan Effenberg (71)
  • Bayer Leverkusen-Schalke 04 0–1
  • 0–1 Jörg Böhme (52)
  • Bayer Leverkusen-Mönchengladbach 5–0
  • 1–0 Michael Ballack (9)
  • 2–0 Oliver Neuville (17)
  • 3–0 Bernd Schneider (31)
  • 4–0 Carsten Ramelow (84)
  • 5–0 Dimitar Berbatov (87)
  • St. Pauli-Bayer Leverkusen 2–2
  • 0–1 Ulf Kirsten (6)
  • 1–1 Marcel Rath (27)
  • 1–2 Michael Ballack (70)
  • 2–2 Thomas Meggle (90 pen)
  • Bayer Leverkusen-Borussia Dortmund 4–0
  • 1–0 Michael Ballack (32)
  • 2–0 Carsten Ramelow (50)
  • 3–0 Oliver Neuville (64)
  • 4–0 Dimitar Berbatov (74)
  • Freiburg-Bayer Leverkusen 2–2
  • 1–0 Adel Sellimi (41)
  • 2–0 Vladimir But (53)
  • 2–1 Dimitar Berbatov (64)
  • 2–2 Michael Ballack (76)
  • Bayer Leverkusen-Energie Cottbus 2–0
  • 1–0 Zé Roberto (12)
  • 2–0 Dimitar Berbatov (90 + 2)
  • Stuttgart-Bayer Leverkusen 0–2
  • 0–1 Thomas Brdarić (41)
  • 0–2 Dimitar Berbatov (90 + 2)
  • Bayer Leverkusen-1860 Munich 4–0
  • 1–0 Zoltán Sebescen (45 + 1)
  • 2–0 Ulf Kirsten (49)
  • 3–0 Yıldıray Baştürk (61)
  • 4–0 Ulf Kirsten (81)
  • Kaiserslautern-Bayer Leverkusen 2–4
  • 0–1 Ulf Kirsten (1)
  • 0–2 Oliver Neuville (16)
  • 1–2 Hany Ramzy (45 + 1)
  • 2–2 Vratislav Lokvenc (55)
  • 2–3 Michael Ballack (77 pen)
  • 2–4 Ulf Kirsten (86)
  • Bayer Leverkusen-Köln 2–0
  • 1–0 Hans-Jörg Butt (13 pen)
  • 2–0 Lúcio (25)
  • Hamburg-Bayer Leverkusen 1–1
  • 1–0 Sergej Barbarez (5)
  • 1–1 Oliver Neuville (13)
  • Bayer Leverkusen-Werder Bremen 1–2
  • 0–1 Krisztián Lisztes (5)
  • 1–1 Zé Roberto (31)
  • 1–2 Ailton (61)
  • Nürnberg-Bayer Leverkusen 1–0
  • 1–0 Marek Nikl (23)
  • Bayer Leverkusen-Hertha Berlin 2–1
  • 1–0 Michael Ballack (10)
  • 2–0 Michael Ballack (51)
  • 2–1 Stefan Beinlich (83)
  • 2nd Group Stage

  • Juventus-Bayer Leverkusen 4–0
  • 1–0 David Trezeguet (8)
  • 2–0 Alessandro Del Piero (37)
  • 3–0 Igor Tudor (44)
  • 4–0 David Trezeguet (60)
  • Bayer Leverkusen-Deportivo 3–0
  • 1–0 Zé Roberto (64)
  • 2–0 Oliver Neuville (67)
  • 3–0 Michael Ballack (79)
  • Bayer Leverkusen-Arsenal 1–1
  • 0–1 Robert Pirès (56)
  • 1–1 Ulf Kirsten (90)
  • Arsenal-Bayer Leverkusen 4–1
  • 1–0 Robert Pirès (5)
  • 2–0 Thierry Henry (7)
  • 3–0 Patrick Vieira (48)
  • 4–0 Dennis Bergkamp (83)
  • 4–1 Zoltán Sebescen (86)
  • Bayer Leverkusen-Juventus 3–1
  • 1–0 Hans-Jörg Butt (24 pen)
  • 1–1 Igor Tudor (61)
  • 2–1 Thomas Brdarić (71)
  • 3–1 Marko Babić (90)
  • Deportivo-Bayer Leverkusen 1–3
  • 0–1 Michael Ballack (33)
  • 0–2 Bernd Schneider (53)
  • 1–2 Diego Tristán (74)
  • 1–3 Oliver Neuville (85)
  • Knockout round

    Quarter Final
    Semi Final
    Final

    First-team squad

    Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

    Left club during season

    Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

    In

  • Hans-Jörg Butt - unattached (last at Hamburg
  • Emanuel Pogatetz - FC Kärnten
  • Zoltán Sebescen - Wolfsburg
  • Michael Zepek - Karlsruher
  • Yıldıray Baştürk - VfL Bochum
  • Out

  • Adam Matysek - Zagłębie Lubin
  • Jörg Reeb - Köln
  • Robert Kovač - Bayern Munich
  • Andreas Neuendorf - Hertha Berlin
  • Paulo Rink - 1. FC Nuremberg
  • Marquinhos - Flamengo
  • Markus Daun - Alemannia Aachen
  • Loan out

  • Robson Ponte - Wolfsburg
  • References

    2001–02 Bayer 04 Leverkusen season Wikipedia


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