Freiburg vs RasenBallsport Leipzig Highlights Video

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SC Freiburg vs RB Leipzig Highlights Goals, Review, and Preview

Video Full Match : Freiburg vs RasenBallsport Leipzig result (1 – 4)
Competition : Bundesliga
Date : Sat, 26 Nov, 2:30 am
Stadium : Schwarzwald-Stadion
Referee : Benjamin Brand
Attendance : 24000

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Preview – Match between Freiburg vs RasenBallsport Leipzig

Ready for the Bundesliga? If you’re a fan of SC Freiburg or RB Leipzig you should mark your calendars for Sat, Nov 26 / 2:30 AM. Who has a better shot at winning the game? Everyone is rooting for their team. It’s time for Matchday 12, match between Freiburg vs RasenBallsport Leipzig in the Bundesliga. Fans and critics alike are looking forward to the game.

The coaches Christian Streich and Ralph Hasenhüttl will do their best to motivate their players and win the game. Momentarily SC Freiburg is at position 10 and RB Leipzig at position 1. The place for the showdown is Schwarzwald-Stadion. In Freiburg im Breisgau, Germany the opponents will be facing each other. We already know who will be blowing the whistle. None other than Benjamin Brand will do the honors.

Who will be victorious in the end: Freiburg vs RasenBallsport Leipzig?

Preview – Match facts

Freiburg took four points from the two second-tier clashes last term (1-1 A, 2-1 H). They have won all five competitive matches at home to Leipzig sides VfB and RB (F12, A4).

Leipzig’s win in Leverkusen last time out saw them lead the Bundesliga for the first time. Exactly four years ago they topped the Regionalliga Nordost (fourth tier).

SCF won their last match against a Bundesliga leader (2-1 vs. Bayern in May 2015). They also triumphed when they last faced a side top of the second tier (2-1 vs. RBL in March 2016).

RBL have 27 points from their 11 games – more than any other promoted side in the history of the division.

They are the only promoted side to still be unbeaten at this stage of a season. No team who has started a top-flight campaign with an 11-match run without defeat has ever finished outside the top five.

Who will be victorious in the end: Freiburg vs RasenBallsport Leipzig?

Leipzig are the only side to have won their last six matches. In the process they have equalled the league record of consecutive victories as a promoted side (6, set by FCB in 1965/66).

The Breisgau natives have lost consecutive Bundesliga matches for the first time this season.

Freiburg have picked up 12 of their 15 points this season at home, however, the Roten Bullen have the league’s best away form (14 points).

The newly-promoted duo lead the league in terms of average distance covered per game (RBL: 116.4 km; SCF: 115.9km).

Only Leipzig (7) have scored more goals via substitutes than SCF (5) this term. Four of those strikes were bagged by Nils Petersen, who has the third-highest number of goals off the bench in Bundesliga history (14).

Only Claudio Pizarro (15) and Alexander Zickler (18) have more. Emil Forsberg has been involved in five of RBL’s six goals across the last two matchdays (2 goals, 3 assists). Only Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang can better this (5 goals, 1 assist).

Review – Match between Freiburg vs RasenBallsport Leipzig

In the Bundesliga it was time for Matchday 12. The game took place at Schwarzwald-Stadion in Freiburg im Breisgau, Germany. 24000 fans cheered their teams from the sidelines. Did you also get a chance to see the match between SC Freiburg and RB Leipzig on Sat, Nov 26 / 2:30 AM? The game ended with 1:4, which left some fans unsatisfied. Coaches Christian Streich from SC Freiburg and Ralph Hasenhüttl from RB Leipzig watched their players closely, while the team captains pushed and motivated their players. Referee for the game was Benjamin Brand.

Let’s take a look at the Highlights:


The 0:1 was achieved by Naby Keita for RB Leipzig in minute 2. Florian Niederlechner scored for SC Freiburg in minute 15 which led to a 1:1. The following 1:2 was scored by Timo Werner for RB Leipzig in minute 21. RB Leipzig reached a 1:3 in minute 35. Scorer was Timo Werner. Fifth goal of the match was fired by Marcel Sabitzer (RB Leipzig) in minute 79.


Pascal Stenzel received a yellow card in minute 18. The ref also handed out a yellow card in minute 32 to Willi Orban. Afterwards Benno Schmitz saw a yellow card in minute 42. In minute 49 the ref showed Yussuf Poulsen a yellow card. The next interruption came in minute 63. Nicolas Höfler saw a yellow card.


Marc Torrejón, wearing number 3, left the field in minute 45. Replacing him was number 19, Janik Haberer. In minute 70 Jonas Föhrenbach, with the number 25, came in for Manuel Gulde, with number 5. Number 18, Nils Petersen, was replaced by Mats Møller Dæhli, wearing number 16 in minute 77. Replacement in minute 78: Oliver Burke, with number 19 for Yussuf Poulsen, number 9. The next substitution took place in minute 84, where Davie Selke wearing the number 27, came in for number 11, Timo Werner. And to complete the replacements, Rani Khedira with number 6 switched with Marcel Sabitzer wearing number 7.

The new table positions for the two teams are now: 10. for SC Freiburg and 1. for RB Leipzig.

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