‘Leipzig’ 10 people chased ‘Freiburg’ before the DFB duel

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RB Leipzig 10 men left in the second half. But not discouraged to equalize Freiburg 1-1, finishing 90 minutes, still no winner. need extra time Can’t score goals in the end, the Red Bull army is more accurate than winning 4-2 to win the first DFB-Pokal championship.

The German Cup or DFB  Pokal 2021-2022 Final at the Olympia Stadion in Berlin. On Saturday, May 21 It was a meeting between Freiburg, who beat Hamburg 3-1 in the semi-finals, and RB Leipzig, who beat Union Berlin 2-1 in the previous round.

GOAL 19th minute Fox of the Black Forest Got a goal to lead 1-0 from the shot of Maximilian Eckestein, who struck with the left outside the penalty area into the goal. But the moment the ball came, it seemed to hit Roland Sallai ‘s arm first, which Leipzig playerstried to protest that it was a handball rhythm. But the judge doesn’t mind. Make the first half end with this score. 

GOAL 76th minute Red Bull generals score a goal in a 1-1 draw with Leipzig , with 10 players left in the 57th minute, after Marcel Halstenberg pulled Lucas Höler while on the waysingle drop The referee raises a red card and sends him off the field. But still not discouraged until the goal was hit by Christopher Nkunku’s shot from a distance to burn the net. Then neither side scored more goals. 90 minutes of the game , Freiburg drew 1-1 with Leipzig, had to go into extra-time for another 30 minutes, but nothing could be done. So had to go to the penalty shootout and was Red Bull, who was more precise than the 4-2 win , won the DFB-Pokal for the first time after three finals.

Freiburg starting lineup (3-4-3 system): Mark Flecken (goalkeeper) – Manuel Goulde, Philippe Leanhart, Nico Slack. Köterbeck – Lukas Kubler, Maximilian Eggestein, Nicholas Hofler, Christian Gunter (captain) – Roland Sal. Lai, Lucas Holer, Vincenzo Grifo

RB Leipzig line-up (3-4-3 system): Peter Gulashi (goalkeeper and captain) – Mohamed Zimakan, Willy Orban. , Marcel Halstenberg; Lukas Klostermann, Conrad Leimer, Kevin Kampl, Benjamin Henriks; Emil Fore. Strasbourg, Andre Silva, Christopher Nkunku, UFABET