• first half
  • 15'
  • 30'
  • second half
  • 60'
  • 75'
  • 90'
Friburgo

14' Florian Niederlechner

17' Stenzel

45' Out Marc Torrejón in Haberer

62' Nicolas Höfler

69' Out Gulde in Jonas Fohrenbach

76' Out Petersen in Mats Daehli

RB Leipzig

1' Naby Keita

20' Timo Werner

34' Timo Werner

31' Willi Orban

41' Benno Schmitz

48' Yussuf Poulsen

78' M. Sabitzer

77' Out Yussuf Poulsen in Oliver Burke

83' Out Timo Werner in Selke

86' Out M. Sabitzer in Rani Khedira

FREIBURG 1 - 4 RB LEIPZIG

RB Leipzig put down Freiburg to extend lead over Bayern Munich

Ralph Hasenhuttl's side extended their lead in the Bundesliga after a convincing win away from home thanks to Keita, Sabitzer, Werner and Niederlechner.

El Leipzig golea al Friburgo y continúa su sueño por la liga
RALPH ORLOWSKI REUTERS

Still flying high and no sign of losing wings 

The Bundesliga Friday night game gave the league's surprise package, RB Leipzig, the chance to go six points clear at the top of the table and they duly took it with a 4-1 win at Freiburg.

Timo Werner scored twice for the visitors at the Schwarzwald Stadion in between goals by Naby Keita and Marcel Sabitzer, with Florian Niederlechner replying in vain for the home side. Scotland's rising star Oliver Burke came on during the second half to play his part in the centre of the park.

RB Leipzig's record-breaking start to a season for a newly-promoted side sees them still unbeaten after 12 games. They have won their last seven matches in a row and this latest success means they are certain to end the weekend clear at the summit once again.

Leipzig's head coach Ralph Hasenhuettl on the touchline.

Leipzig's head coach Ralph Hasenhuettl on the touchline.

Ralph Hassenhuettl's men can do no wrong at the moment and they opened the scoring in the Black Forest inside two minutes when pocket-sized Guinean midfielder Keita skipped away from Niederlechner and unleashed a superb shot that arrowed beyond the reach of goalkeeper Alexander Schwolow and into the top-right corner.

Mid-table Freiburg, who had won four of their previous five home games this season, drew level out of nowhere on the quarter-hour mark when Niederlechner headed past Peter Gulacsi in the Leipzig goal following a right-wing cross by Borussia Dortmund loanee Pascal Stenzel.

Promoted sides with different goals

Freiburg had come up with Leipzig from the second tier last season, finishing five points clear of the Red Bull-backed club as they won the title. They had taken four points off them in league meetings, but Leipzig are a different proposition in the top tier and they went back in front before the midway point in the first half.

Leipzig's forward Timo Werner (L) celebrates with teammate Swedish forward Emil Forsberg.

Leipzig's forward Timo Werner (L) celebrates with teammate Swedish forward Emil Forsberg.

Former VfB Stuttgart forward Werner was played onside by Marc Torrejon as he latched onto a ball over the top and slotted in after a rather weak attempt by Schwolow to stop him. Werner netted again for his seventh of the season 10 minutes before the break after a superb pass by the ever impressive Emil Forsberg took Nicolas Hoefler out of the game.

The victory was secured as Leipzig made it 4-1 with 11 minutes left when Swedish international Forsberg set up Sabitzer to side-foot home at the near post.

Bayern juggernaut needs to find its top gear

Carlo Ancelotti's Bayern host Bayer Leverkusen on Saturday evening looking to get back on track after defeats at Borussia Dortmund and at Rostov in the Champions League over the last week.

FC Bayern Muenchen Annual General Assembly

President of FC Bayern Muenchen Karl Hopfner (2nd R) reacts beside Chairman of the board Karl-Heinz Rummenigge (L), First Vice President Rudolf Schels and Vice President Dieter Mayer (R) during the FC Bayern Muenchen Annual General Assembly at Audi-Dome on November 25, 2016 in Munich, Germany.

Dortmund go to Eintracht Frankfurt on Saturday, sitting third and one of five clubs three points behind Bayern.