In the Bundesliga match, RB Leipzig win over VfB Stuttgart on Friday as Dominik Szoboszlai took the lead and added another in the second half, joining Emil Forsberg and Andre Silva. Leipzig beat Stuttgart and recorded a 4-0 football score.
Forsberg had his first effort of the game within five minutes, but Florian Müller saved his skidding shot. Before Andre Silva’s acrobatic scissor-kick forced another good stop from Müller, Willi Orban, Christopher Nkunku, and Tyler Adams all came close.
Their pressure eventually paid off when Szoboszlai was allowed to advance to the right side of Stuttgart’s box before arrowing a dipping effort past Müller and into the far corner. In an attempt to turn the game around Stuttgart sent on Daniel Didavi, but he had only been on the field for 15 seconds when Forsberg made it 2-0.
The Swede combined well with Nkunku before Silva’s beautiful flick sent him in on goal to slip the ball past Müller. Soon after, Szoboszlai stung the palms of Stuttgart’s keeper with a free kick on the angle of the penalty area, but the Hungarian was not to be denied for long. A minute later, his next free-kick crept into the net from a similar position, albeit a little further back.
The fizzed effort appeared to be aimed at a teammate, but when no one made contact, it sailed across Müller’s goal and into the far corner. Stuttgart appeared shellshocked, and just when it appeared that they were on the mend, they conceded again. A shot in the area struck Marc-Oliver Kempf’s arm, allowing Silva to score his first goal for Leipzig from the penalty spot. Watch football highlight of Bundesliga match in which Leipzig beat Stuttgart.
Leipzig 4-0 Stuttgart
Goals: 1-0 Szoboszlai 38, Forsberg 46, Szoboszlai 52, Silva 65 pen
Bookings: Kempf, Forster, Mavropanos
Leipzig: Gulacsi – Klostermann, Orban (Mukiele 76′), Simakan, Gvardiol – Adams, Haidara (Sabitzer 69′) – Szoboszlai (Laimer 69′), Forsberg (c), Nkunku (Poulsen 82′) – Silva (Hwang 69′)
Stuttgart: Müller – Mavropanos (Stenzel 84′), Anton, Kempf – Massimo, Klement (Millot 73′), Endo (c), Sosa – Förster (Thommy 81′), Klimowicz (Kalajdzic 73′) – Al Ghaddioui (Didavi HT)