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RB Leipzig in personal review: Marks for 1: 2 defeat against Bruges

RB Leipzig in personal review: Marks for 1: 2 defeat against Bruges

Leipzig. Hertha did not have another gala appearance after the 6-0 win over BSC. R.P. in the second Champions League match against Club Bruges on Tuesday evening. Leipzig suffered a second defeat. It was 1: 2 (1: 2) after 90 minutes at the Red Bull Arena. At the start of the home in primary class, the start of the home page was fantastic, but then in front of 23,500 spectators the defense was reduced to home defending defeats and offensive action. The Saxons are still bottom of Group A with zero points. Winter is more questionable than ever in the European competition, one of Leipzig’s seasonal goals. Let’s be “only” in the Europa League.


With Josco Guardiol (hitting only on the bench) and Angelino (yellow-red suspension) missing in defense, coach Jesse March moved from three-man back-to-back four, which was a success against Hertha BS. An unwanted decision – and not a good one. Because even though Christopher Enkungu (5th) started a dream with a goal, the problems related to this defensive formation that often occur this season made themselves look painful.

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LVZ Chief Correspondent Guido Schoffer gives these scores to RB Leipzig experts after the match against Club Bruges:


Keeper Peter Gulasi was forced to perform three significant rescue operations in a short period of time. Bruges captain Hans Vanagen (24th) in a 1-1 draw, however, had nothing to order for him. Referee Slavko Vinczyk had initially decided offside. However, VAR was successful. After the draw, the home side’s defensive problems increased as they lost speed and accuracy in the early stages of the game. The right, in particular, became a source of uncertainty with Nordi Mukil and Mohammad Simkan. It was the fault of the French that made it possible for the Belgians to score the second goal through Mats Ritz (41st). Bruges turned the match around before the break.

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