RB Leipzig played against Monchengladbach at home and managed to win the match 3-2 in the end as they came from 2-0 behind.
RB Leipzig played their latest fixture in the German Bundesliga against Borussia Monchengladbach at home, and managed to win the match 3-2 in the end. RB Leipzig did not have it easy in the match as they looked certain to lose the match against the visitors, as they trailed the match 2-0 in the first half of the match. Leipzig did not lay low, as the second proved to be much more rewarding as they scored three goals to catch up and lead the match 3-2 in the 90+3 minute of the match. RB Leipzig held onto their lead until the end as they won the match 3-2 in the end from behind, as they secured the second place spot on the Bundesliga table.
Mongengladbach scored the opening goal of the match in the early 6th minute when Jonas Hofmann scored from the penalty spot to lead at 1-0. Mongengladbach extended their lead to 2-0 when Marcus Thuram scored in the 19th minute of the match. RB Leipzig made a comeback when they managed to score their first goal when Christopher Nkunku scored in the 57th minute of the match as the score changed to 2-1. Yussuf Poulsen scored for Leipzig in the 66th minute as the score level on 2-2 in the second half. RB Leipzig managed to get in the lead when Alexander Sorloth scored in the 90+3 minute as RB Leipzig won the match 3-2 in the very end.
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