Guendouzi loses the ball in his own penalty area
The second goal resulted from a Berlin loss of the ball: Mattéo Guendouzi tried to dribble in his own penalty area, but let Leipzig’s Tyler Adams separate him from the ball. He got to Nordi Mukiele, who shot him powerfully into the goal (71.). It was the decision in a rather tough game in which Willi Orban made the final score after a Sabitzer cross after a corner kick (84th).
At the back, RB only wobbled once when Lukas Klostermann had to save Dodi Lukébakio, who was ready to shoot (22nd). Even after the break, the Leipzig defense was defending steadily, with a few exceptions: First Herthas Lukébakio missed the possible equalization from an acute angle (50th), shortly afterwards it was Matheus Cunha, who shot from half-right free-standing on goal, where keeper Péter Gulácsi defended his feet was able to parry (51st).
The capital city club won the last time in early January when the team beat Schalke 3-0. That success is the only one from the past twelve league games. That means nothing good for the table from a Berlin point of view: With 18 points they are 15th, tied with Bielefeld on the relegation rank. However, Arminia has played one game less.
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