- Leipzig defeat Dortmund to post first Bundesliga win.
- Subs Burke and Keita combine in 89th minute.
- Leipzig only founded seven years ago.
A dramatic conclusion to an enthralling contest befitting an historic day for Bundesliga newcomers RB Leipzig: Naby Keita's 89th-minute winner against Borussia Dortmund is our Moment of Matchday 2.
The first team hailing from the former East Germany to play in the Bundesliga since Energie Cottbus in 2009, Leipzig did not disappoint on their maiden top-flight outing at the sold-out Red Bull Arena.
A party atmosphere had engulfed the 2006 FIFA World Cup venue long before kick-off, but few would have anticipated such high drama in the dying embers of a game that had ebbed and flowed at 100kmph, in true Bundesliga style, from the get-go.
Yet, with gaps beginning to appear, Leipzig seized their chance in the final minute of normal time. Scotland international Oliver Burke put on the afterburners and picked out fellow substitute debutant Keita, who arrowed his effort high into the Dortmund net to spark wild scenes of celebration among the Leipzig faithful.
Just seven years after their foundation, the Bundesliga's 55th inductees have lift off.
Watch: Leipzig's Oliver Burke on a Bundesliga debut win to remember: