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RВ Lеiрzіg shuts out Tottenham again

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Red Bull Leipzig took advantage of a depleted Tottenham Hotspur roster by winning the second leg of the UEFA Champions League 3-0 in Germany.  Leipzig was able to shut out Tottenham again to secure a 4-0 aggregate victory and a berth into the quarterfinals.

In the first leg, Red Bull Leipzig won with defense and the scoring prowess of Timo Werner.  In this match, Leipzig won in the midfield with Marcel Sabitzer scoring both of his goals in the first half.  He would have obtained a hat trick, but the coach substituted him for Emil Forsberg in the 87th minute.  Forsberg scored seconds after the substitution took place.

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    • Tottenham was going to fall soon anyway because the ownership did not build up their roster over the past few years. It’s strange that Tottenham chose Mourinho because Pocchetino was fired because the players complained about being overworked in practice. Mourinho is exactly like that. Tottenham wait until Kane and Son are injured before signing Lo Celso and Bergwijn. Bergwijn was hurt for this game too so Tottenham played this match with just defenders and midfielders

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