- Leverkusen come from a goal down at Wolfsburg.
- Mehmedi and Jedvaj with late goals.
- Arnold opened the scoring for the Wolves.
Leverkusen enjoyed the lion's share of possession for much of the first half, and were unfortunate not to go ahead when Wendell struck the outside of the woodwork in the 19th minute. The visitors continued to attack with purpose, but Wolfsburg began to make in-roads of their own the longer it remained goalless. Mario Gomez went close to scoring his second Bundesliga goal of the season, before Maximilian Arnold met Daniel Caligiuri's precise cross to break the deadlock.
Undeterred, it was virtually one-way traffic as Leverkusen sought a way back into the game. Germany international Julian Brandt was a constant outlet for the visitors, but found very little joy up against a doggedly resistant Wolfsburg back four. The game was turned on its head in the space of five minutes, however, as Kevin Kampl played in Benjamin Henrichs to tee up Admir Mehmedi for a deserved equaliser. Tin Jedvaj made the most of some hesitant defending to complete the comeback moments later.
Man of the Match
Kampl showed exactly why he is the only Leverkusen player to have completed every single minute of competitive action so far this season with another industrious display in midfield. The Slovenia international also demonstrated his creative side in the build-up to Mehmedi's equaliser.
A potential turning point for Leverkusen after two successive defeats, but what of Wolfsburg? The Wolves have not won since besting FC Augsburg on Matchday 1 and remain in deep relegation trouble.
- Wolfsburg took the lead for the first time in five home matches this season.
- Jedvaj scored his first Bundesliga goal since September 2014.
- Wolfsburg substitute Hendrik Hansen, 21, made his Bundesliga debut.
Wolfsburg: Casteels - Blaszczykowski, Knoche (Hansen 8’), Rodriguez, Gerhardt - Seguin (Mayoral 87’), Luiz Gustavo - Caligiuri, Arnold, Draxler (Brekalo 78’) - Gomez
Coach: Valerien Ismael
Leverkusen: Leno - Henrichs, Jedvaj, Dragovic, Wendell - Bender (Baumgartlinger 77’), Aranguiz (Havertz 70’) - Brandt, Kampl - Chicharito, Mehmedi (Kießling 87’)
Coach: Roger Schmidt