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Danish triumph in the Bundesliga

RB Leipzig took on Saturday, the sixth victory in a row in the Bundesliga as they defeated Freiburg 2-1. Timo Werner and Emil Forsberg made hjemmeholdets goals. The victory means that the club is sure to play the Champions League for next season.

The Danish striker had on the game after 19 minutes, when he put up for Timo werner's føringsmål. Poulsen did fine things in the left-hand side, before he found Timo Werner in the field. The German striker turned superbly around and kicked the home side in the box.

the Lead hold until the the 66. minute, when Freiburg got settled on the somewhat controversial show. Guests had been given a free kick a few metres outside the box, but the referee whistled up long before, Peter Gulasci in Leipzig-the goal was clear.

It utilized Vincenzo Grifo, when he coolly put the ball over the wall and into the opposite side of the goal.

Ten minutes later, RB Leipzig, however, the possibility of ellevemeter-stain, according to a Freiburg player had taken the hand to hjælps in the field. Swedish Emil Forsberg was the security itself, and thus he secured the home team a 2-1 victory.

With the victory is RB Leipzig still in third place in the Bundesliga, where they have ten points down to Eintracht Frankfurt in fourth place. Thus is RB Leipzig ready for the Champions League group stage next season.

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