Munich - It was a day of firsts for RasenBallsport Leipzig as they scored for the first time in Germany’s second tier, to pick up their first Bundesliga 2 win, beating 1860 Munich 3-0 at the Allianz Arena.

Following a slow start to proceedings the newly-promoted were gifted a golden opportunity to take the lead in the 13th minute, only for Gabor Kiraly to save Daniel Frahn’s penalty after Georg Teigl had been felled by Maximilian Wittek. However, the Hungarian shot-stopper could do little to prevent Yussuf Poulsen breaking the deadlock in a one-on-one situation shortly before half-time.

1860 head coach Ricardo Moniz made two changes at the break, but saw little change in his side’s performance as Poulsen smashed an effort off the bar inside six minutes of the restart. With the Lions’ at sixes and sevens the visitors marched to a deserved victory as Matthias Morys and Denis Thomalla added to the scoreline, ensuring Leipzig maintained their unbeaten start to the season.

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