RB Leipzig turns the game around against SpVgg Greuther Fürth and wins 4:1 (0:1). Branimir Hrgota gave the club the lead with a penalty kick (45th). Joker Yussuf Poulsen scored just after the break and his substitution to make it 1-1 (46th). Emil Forsberg scored 2:1 from the point on his 30th birthday (53rd). The two other jokers Dominik Szoboszlai (65th) and Hugo Novoa (88th) increased the lead.

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the SpVgg Greuther Furth started very energetic and got through it quickly Jamie Leweling for the first closing of the game (2nd). Jeremy Dudziak missed a good chance moments later when he went over the fence freestanding (6th). RB Leipzig sent for Fürth; but placed little emphasis on the attacker: the Saxons acted too imprecisely when switching to the offensive. Leweling put in the next shot on target; check Peter Gulacsia with a topper (13.).

Fantasy Heroes: Dominik Szoboszlai (17 points); Amadou Haidara (13) and Christopher Nkunku (12)

Just three turns off the pointer; the Hungarian was back: this time he parried a shot from close range Branimir Hrgota. The Leipziger made dirty deals; all of which were blocked by the defensively attentive Fürthern. In the 42nd minute; the newcomer missed the huge opportunity to take the lead: Angelino served Dudziak; who could drive away from 16 meters without pressure from the opponent. Gulacsi was there again.

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Branimir Hrgota transforms cool from the point – Sports photo zinc / Wolfgang Zink at www.imago-images.de/imago images / zinc

Hrgota and Forsberg each hit from the point

Brought two minutes later Nordi Mukiele Leweling in the penalty area a little unaccustomed to the matter and there was a penalty. Hrgota transformed this hard-hitting straight into the well-deserved Fürth lead (45th). Leipzig came out of the cab with a lot of speed: it took only 53 seconds for the substitute Joker Yussuf Poulsen stood out and made it 1:1 for Jesse Marsch’s team (46th). In the 52nd minute; after a foul of Marco Meyerhofer a punishment for himself.

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Emil Forsberg He couldn’t take it away and turned very precisely at the bottom left (53rd). The Swede presented himself on his 30th birthday with a goal. In the 64th minute Forsberg finished work early: came for him Dominik Szoboszlaic. Like Poulsen; the Hungarian didn’t last long and the next joker was: after a great combination via Poulsen and Christopher Nkunku; Szoboszlai converted the French cross with a direct drop to 3-1 (65th).

Three joker goals for RB

Coach Marsch had a very good nose: for the first time in three and a half years; two Leipzig substitutes met in one match; then Dayot Upamecano and Naby Keita against Hoffenheim (April 21; 2018). From that moment on; Leipzig took the foot off the gas; but got two more chances via Nkunku (79th and 82nd). But a third joker goal was to follow: Hugo Novoa made it 4-1 just three minutes after being substituted after preparatory work by Szoboszlai (88th).

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The Fürth remain without a win this season. Especially after the strong first half; much more was possible for Stefan Leitl’s team. However; the promoted team still lacks efficiency in front of the opposing team’s goal. With a counter on the bill; the clover remains last.

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Thanks to the trio; the Leipzigers can climb a bit in the ranking and are now back in sixth place. The Saxons now have 14 points.

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The turning point for Leipzig came with Joker Yussuf Poulsen – Cathrin Mueller/Getty Images

Player of the game: Yussuf Poulsen

Yussuf Poulsen came to halftime when the score was 0:1 and quickly left his mark on the game. Shortly after the restart; he equalized and moments later took the penalty for Emil Forsberg’s opening goal. Poulsen was successful as a joker in the Bundesliga for the sixth time and is now RB Leipzig’s only record joker.

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