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.

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  • Nella stagione 2001-2002, il Bayer Leverkusen si è classificato al secondo posto in Bundesliga, a un solo punto dal Borussia Dortmund campione. In Champions League ha raggiunto per la prima volta nella sua storia la finale, perdendo contro il Real Madrid 2-1 all'Hampden Park di Glasgow.È stato inoltre finalista di Coppa di Germania perdendo contro lo Schalke 04 e riuscendo così ad arrivare secondo in tutte le competizioni in cui ha partecipato. Al termine della stagione, i seguenti giocatori della formazione del Nord-Reno Westfalia vennero convocati per le rispettive nazionali: Carsten Ramelow, Oliver Neuville, Michael Ballack, Bernd Schneider e Hans-Jörg Butt per la Germania, Lúcio per il Brasile, Yıldıray Baştürk per la Turchia, Frankie Hejduk per gli Stati Uniti, Diego Placente per l' Argentina, Boris Živković e Jurica Vranješ infine per la Croazia. Pascal Ojigwe ha fatto parte della selezione nigeriana per la Coppa d'Africa del 2002 (it)
  • 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. (en)
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  • 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. (en)
  • Nella stagione 2001-2002, il Bayer Leverkusen si è classificato al secondo posto in Bundesliga, a un solo punto dal Borussia Dortmund campione. In Champions League ha raggiunto per la prima volta nella sua storia la finale, perdendo contro il Real Madrid 2-1 all'Hampden Park di Glasgow.È stato inoltre finalista di Coppa di Germania perdendo contro lo Schalke 04 e riuscendo così ad arrivare secondo in tutte le competizioni in cui ha partecipato. Pascal Ojigwe ha fatto parte della selezione nigeriana per la Coppa d'Africa del 2002 (it)
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