Leipzig go top in Germany

Bayern Munich travel to Dortmund today

BY Simon Maguire 09:42 Saturday 19 November 2016, 9:42 19 Nov 2016

Picture by: Adam Davy / EMPICS Sport

RB Leipzig have gone top of the Bundesliga after coming from behind to beat Bayer Leverkusen 3-2.

Kevin Kampl opened the scoring for the visitors before a Julian Baumgartlinger own-goal levelled the score. 

Julian Brandt put the hosts in front again before Emil Forsberg and Willi Orban struck for the visitors.

In the late kick-off, champions Bayern travel to Dortmund later with both teams looking to keep pace with the new leaders.

Elsewhere, Freiburg travel to Mainz while Mochengladbach entertain Koln. Fourth-placed Hertha Berlin travel to Ausburg while there's a relagation "6-pointer" when Ingolstadt and Darmstadt face-off.

Wolfsburg and Schalke square-off in Saturday's other match.  

Tomorrow Hoffenheim entertain a struggling Hamburg side while Eintracht Frankfurt head to Werder Bremen.   

 

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