Chilean midfielder Charles Aránguiz played 90 minutes on Monday in Bayer Leverkusen’s 4–1 home goal over Werder Bremen, in a match valid for the 26th date of the German Bundesliga 2019-2020.The ‘Prince’ became today the first Chilean footballer to see action abroad, following the arrest of the activity by the coronavirus pandemic. Remember that the Bundesliga resumed this weekend under strict security measures, empty fields and comprehensive controls on all players. Aránguiz once again proved to be a key piece of the ‘aspirin’ cast, clearly in delivery, great game vision and dangerous medium-distance finish. He played the entire brega at the Weserstadion.At 28 minutes he broke zero in the Bremen redoubt. Kai Havertz connected a center from the right and set the 1-0 in favor of the Leverkusen.La advantage would only last 120 seconds, as at 30′ Gebre Selassie placed the 1-1 on the board with a certain head that left goalless goalkeeper Lukas Hradecky.The scoreboard moved quickly on the verdiblancos court. At 33 minutes Havertz appeared again to put the squad led by Peter Bosz.Already in the add-on, the away draw was the clear dominator of the actions and ended up structuring a goal. The side Mitchell Weiser was in charge of placing at 60′ the 3-1, after a centre of Moussa Diaby.La solid presentation of the Leverkusen sealed it in the 78th minute Kerem Demirbay, defining with class when it stings the ball at the start of the goal rival, after receiving an assist from Bellarabi.With this result, the Aránguiz draw is maintained with 50 units in the fifth place of the qualifier, after receiving an assist from Bellarabi.With this result, the Aránguiz draw is maintained with 50 units in the fifth place of the qualifier, after receiving an assist from Bellarabi.With this result, Aránguiz’s draw-up remains with 50 units in fifth place in the standings. , eight of the leader Bayern Munich and in the Europa League area.The German tournament became this weekend the first major league to resume competition after the coronavirus pandemic, under strict security measures, empty fields and thorough controls on all players.