RB beats up: “The worst day”

RB Leipzig has to admit defeat to Manchester City in a goal spectacle. The team of coach Jesse Marsch makes a crazy own goal. A defender sees yellow and red.

“We conceded too many,” said defender Lukas Klostermann. “Especially in the angry moments. The result is very sobering. We should have defended better, it’s extremely annoying when you score three goals yourself but don’t take anything away. It feels extremely shitty. “

” The game was generally characterized by mistakes and dropouts, on both sides, but the Citizens made fewer mistakes and therefore deservedly won. The start of the wild scoring was made by Nathan Ake, who met the City leadership after a corner (16.). Then the first RB mishap: Nordi Mukiele headed into his own goal (28th). Leipzig, however, did not give up after the early deficit and came back into the game through Christopher Nkunku (42nd).

That budding hope faded relatively quickly, however, as Klostermann allowed himself a handball shortly before half-time and Rihad Mahrez opened the door to make it 3-1 with a penalty (45th + 2). “If we want to keep up, we mustn’t get such easy goals,” said Emil Forsberg. “It hurts. We have to learn from it and defend it better. It’s a difficult evening. ” Only Nkunku gives hope In the second half it was again Nkunku who scored the next goal for RB (51st). And just like in the first half, it was ManCity again, who hit back with a dream goal from Jack Grealish to make it 4-2 (56th). “STAHLWERK double pass” on Sunday from 11 a.m. But Nkunku still hadn’t had enough and scored his third goal of the evening (73rd) – a hat trick that still couldn’t lift the mood, even if the 23-year-old is only the second player after Lionel Messi, who scored three goals in one game get against ManCity. Joao Cancelo (75th) and Gabriel Jesus (85th) decided the game for ManCity with goals five and six. Leipzig’s Angeliño had already seen the yellow-red card (79th). Everything about the Champions League at SPORT1 “Shouldn’t get such simple goals” “It was a very difficult game,” said Ake despite the win.

“It was very open. We let them play a little too much, they had too much space. We have to analyze that tomorrow. ” Leipzig, however, did not give up after the early deficit and came back into the game through Christopher Nkunku (42nd). That budding hope faded relatively quickly, however, as Klostermann allowed himself a handball shortly before half-time and Rihad Mahrez opened the door to make it 3-1 with a penalty (45th + 2). “If we want to keep up, we mustn’t get such easy goals,” said Emil Forsberg. “It hurts. We have to learn from it and defend it better.

It’s a difficult evening. ” Only Nkunku gives hope In the second half it was again Nkunku who scored the next goal for RB (51st). And just like in the first half, it was ManCity again, who hit back with a dream goal from Jack Grealish to make it 4-2 (56th). “STAHLWERK double pass” on Sunday from 11 a.m. LIVE on TV and in the stream on SPORT1 But Nkunku still hadn’t had enough and scored his third goal of the evening (73rd) – a hat trick that still couldn’t lift the mood, even if the 23-year-old is only the second player after Lionel Messi, who scored three goals in one game get against ManCity. Joao Cancelo (75th) and Gabriel Jesus (85th) decided the game for ManCity with goals five and six. Leipzig’s Angeliño had already seen the yellow-red card (79th). Everything about the Champions League at SPORT1

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