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RB Leipzig - Gladbach

Germany: Bundesliga
RB Leipzig J. Gvardiol (21), A. Silva (33), C. Nkunku (90), B. Henrichs (90)
Red Bull ArenaFull time4-1
Gladbach R. Bensebaini (88)

Lars Stindl: "Everyone did something for themselves and not together"

By Rune Gjerulff

Lars Stindl felt Gladbach conceded two late goals against RB Leipzig because they didn't play as a team.

Lars Stindl.
Lars Stindl.Photo: Borussia Mönchengladbach

Borussia Mönchengladbach fell to their third straight Bundesliga defeat as they were beaten 4-1 by RB Leipzig at Red Bull Arena earlier today.

Gladbach were trailing 2-0 at the break, but pulled one back in the 88th minute, only two concede two goals in the closing minutes.

Speaking after the final whistle, Gladbach captain Lars Stindl expressed his frustration with the performance.

"We didn't play well in the first half, then we pulled ourselves together. The second half was okay, at least in terms of effort, commitment and holding our own," Stindl told reporters.

"Not much is working for us at the moment playing wise, and we have to work on that. At least we fought back and came close again. But then we conceded two more goals and ended up losing 4-1 because everyone did something for themselves and not together," he said.

RB Leipzig
1P. Gulácsi (C)
2M. Simakan
4W. Orban ↪63
32J. Gvardiol
22N. Mukiele
27K. Laimer ↪71
44K. Kampl
10E. Forsberg ↪63
33A. Silva ↪84
18C. Nkunku
13P. Tschauner
31J. Martínez
21B. Brobbey ↩84
35S. Bonnah Owusu
39B. Henrichs ↩63
14T. Adams ↩71
17D. Szoboszlai ↩63
26M. Kourouma Kourouma
47J. Wosz
1Y. Sommer
29J. Scally
28M. Ginter
30N. Elvedi
25R. Bensebaini
23J. Hofmann ↪54
8D. Zakaria
17K. Kone
36B. Embolo
10M. Thuram
13L. Stindl (C) ↪76
21T. Sippel
7P. Herrmann
14A. Pléa ↩76
18S. Lainer
20L. Netz
6C. Kramer
11H. Wolf
22L. Bénes ↩54
32F. Neuhaus

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