Monday, 2 December 2019
Leipzig Records Four Straight Wins
DBasia.news – RB Leipzig won their fourth win in a row to simultaneously top the German League standings, after they won 3-2 at the Paderborn headquarters, Benteler-Arena.
Die Roten Bullen now tops the standings with 27 points, at least before Borussia Moenchengladbach and Bayern Munich play their respective matches. While Paderborn increasingly slumped in the position of caretaker with five points.
Patrick Schick has put Leipzig ahead when the match ran for 3 minutes. He was able to swerve past two host defenders and make a settlement to the far corner of Paderborn’s goal.
A minute later Marcel Sabitzer also wrote his name on the scoreboard through a long-distance kick, when goalkeeper,r Leopold Zingerle, was not in his best position and was unable to reach the ball.
Timo Werner then completed the suffering of Paderborn through his goal in the 26th minute. Werner completed his team’s quick counterattack by grabbing Christopher Nkunku Sodoran ball.
Paderborn played loosely in the second half. Packing a goal back through Streli Mbamba who ran to welcome the pass and beat goalkeeper, Yvon Mvogo. But the goal was not validated as Mbamba was first caught offside.
In the 62nd minute Mbamba was able to manage his run time better, and he calmly defeated goalkeeper, Mvogo, to direct the ball to the near post.
Confidence returned to the Paderborn camp. Christopher Antwi-Adjei was then able to provide an assist to Klaus Gjasula to package his first goal in the German League from near the penalty spot in the 73rd minute.
The host failed to score an equalizing goal to make the visitors able to bring home the full points.
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