Bayer Leverkusen head coach Peter Bosz admits his side needs fruitful results after Sunday's 1-2 thrashing to Freiburg at home.
The Company's Eleven have won only one of their last nine games in all rivalries and got eliminated fromDFB-Pokal
and theEuropa League
in February in the wake of losing to Rot-Weiss Essen and Young Boys individually.
In the meantime, Sunday's loss to Freiburg implies Bosz's squad are down to the 6th spot in theBundesliga
"This is a difficult phase. We're losing way too many games and have been eliminated from two competitions. Therefore, this was an important game for us. We had a promising start to the game, played well and didn't allow them much. Then we had a setback as we conceded a goal," the 57-year-old Bosz told reporters after Sunday's game.
"It's no use hanging our heads. In the second half, we played better than last week and let the ball do the work. We have to keep going and play better football. We have to get a result next time."
Talking before the game, Leverkusen sporting director
argued he has full confidence in their head coach Bosz.