RB Leipzig eased past last season’s runners-up and booked their place in the Champions League quarter-finals with an aggregate win of 4-0 over Spurs.
RB Leipzig were just too good for Tottenham Hotspur in a historical Champions League night which saw two debutants qualifying for the quarter-finals of the competitions.
Captain Marcel Sabitzer played a vital role in the victory with two goals in the opening 21 minutes, as the hosts did not even give a chance to Jose Mourinho’s side for a comeback from the 1-0 defeat three weeks ago.
The Red Bulls controlled the game in the remainder of the encounter and it was Swedish midfielder Emil Forsberg who set the final score just a few seconds after coming on as a substitute with three minutes remaining on the clock.
RB Leipzig: Gulasci (7), Klostermann (7), Upamecano (8), Halstenberg (7), Mukiele (6), Laimer (6), Sabitzer (9), Angelino (8), Nkunku (7), Schick (6), Werner (8)
Tottenham: Lloris (5), Aurier (5), Tanganga (4), Alderweireld (5), Sessegnon (4), Dier (5), Winks (6), Lo Celso (5), Alli (4), Lamela (6), Lucas (5)
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