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2 against Real Sociedad San Sebastian

2 against Real Sociedad San Sebastian

RB Leipzig lost in the first leg of the middle round of the European League at home Real Sociedad San Sebastian tied 2-2. Despite two deficits, the chances of the football team in the Bundesliga, in which Christopher Nkunku (30) and Emil Forsberg (82 / penalty) scored both goals, are good to qualify for the round of 16. This is what the national and international press wrote about the game.

Germany

kicker: “Despite the superiority: Leipzig cannot overcome the draw with La Real”

Online mirror: Forsberg saves Leipzig from a wrong start in the European League

picture: “Leipzig is stupid in the back – and lucky in the front”

sports bell: “RB Leipzig was twice behind against Real Sociedad, and the Saxons drew twice. Christopher Nkunko and Emil Forsberg scored the two goals of the Bundesliga club, who can continue to dream of the round of 16 in the European League.”

Sports 1: “From the start, RB Leipzig found it difficult to face the defensive fortress of Sociedad. Above all, the Spaniards were keen to keep the right-back as far out of their goal as possible.”

Spox: “Given the balance of power in this match, Leipzig cannot really be satisfied with the draw. The Saxons dominated for 90 minutes against a team that did not have offensive ambitions. But looking at the course of the match, the Tedesco team will not be completely unsatisfied either.”

Spain

as: “The German national team just won an unfair penalty kick”

Brand: “Real Sociedad came through a difficult match against RB Leipzig in the Europa League play-off games with flying colors and a draw that allows them to go into the second leg with a chance of success.”

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Sports World: “Real muscle show in Leipzig”

Country: “In the end, Ryan saved Real from a defeat that was unfair.”

Basque newspaper: “Real Sociedad, who excelled in defense and got twice on the scoreboard, do not win because of a referee’s error.”