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We'll have two minutes of time added on at the end of this one. Late drama?
Speed check: The fastest player in the game after 90 minutes
Justin Dean Kluivert34.45km/h
The scorer of Bayern's first is found in the box with a ball over the Leipzig defence and can't decide whether to cross or shoot with his first touch on the bounce. In the end, the ball goes through to Gulacsi.
Costa cross to the back post is a good one from 25 yards out and Musiala is well-placed to meet it, but he miscues his header and sends it wide.
Richards and Costa come on for the final five minutes here with Coman coming off, and Boateng limping slightly as he makes way.
BACKS AGAINST THE WALL
The away side have switched to more of a five-man defence here for the final 10 minutes. Bayern are piling on the pressure, but that counter-attack is still a possibility for Leipzig.
The home side have been patient in possession all of this second half since going behind and Müller's goal is their reward. Can either side go and get a winner now?
TWO MORE CHANGES
Sorloth and Orban come on for Haidara and Kluivert here for the final 10 minutes or so.
MÜLLER MAKES IT TWO!
Bayern respond yet again and bring themselves level. The ball is played out to the right from Musiala to Coman and he crosses to find Müller in front of goal who rises highest to head home. A third assist of the night for Coman, and second goal for Müller!
More fresh legs and Kampl and Olmo replace Sabitzer and Mukiele for the final 20 minutes or so.
STILL 20 TO GO...
This game has been breathless so far, and we still have plenty of time to go. Dani Olmo and Kevin Kampl are being readied on the sidelines for Leipzig.
A knock to the head for Lewandowski after a challenge in the air with Konate. He will look to carry on, of course.
The USMNT star has covered more distance than any other player this evening.
ADAMS DOING THE WORK!
Distance run (km)
Thomas MüllerTyler Adams
Flick makes a change on one wing with Sane coming off for Gnabry.
The scorer of Leipzig's third comes off with the fresh legs of Poulsen coming on for Nagelsmann's side.
NOT QUITE TICKING
Bayern controlling the ball here since going behind but their final ball is lacking so far. Usually, it's a long one looking for Sane and Coman wide, or Lewandowski over the top, but nothing has come off so far.
CATCH EMIL IF YOU CAN...
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NO ONE IS WALKING OUT THERE
BAYERN'S HIGH LINE
The hosts are defending with an incredibly high line here in the second half in an attempt to push more pressure forward. Leipzig will be desperate to make the most of the chances they can get from it.
Bayern are responding well having gone behind. Most of their play is worked down the wings, but Leipzig's defence is handling the barrage of crosses and attempted passes into Lewandowski well. While the Leipzig counter-attack continues to look dangerous.
The Frenchman takes the first yellow card of the game for a challenge on compatriot Coman.
Three shots on target so far, three goals. What a performance from the away side so far!
LEIPZIG AHEAD AGAIN!
What a start to the second half from Leipzig! Angelino is in possession on the left and curls in a superb cross to meet Forsberg all alone in front of goal and he duly heads home past Neuer. Clinical from Leipzig yet again and Forsberg bags his first header in the Bundesliga!
The second half begins without a change to either side during the break. Let's see if we can get more of the same as that first-half again!
We're now into three minutes of time added on at the end of the first half.
Haidara is back on, but Nkunku is now down with a back problem here after a battle with Goretzka. He will carry on until half-time.
A knock to the thigh for the Malian midfielder here in a challenge with Sane. He will look to stay on into the half-time break.
APPROACHING THE BREAK
Bayern's response to going behind was superb to then get two goals back themselves. Leipzig could have let their heads drop, but did the opposite. It's a to-and-fro game here in Munich and it's a fantastic watch.
DON'T TAKE YOUR EYES OFF THIS!
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LEIPZIG BACK IN IT!
What a response from Leipzig who are back level just two minutes later. Haidara's first touch onto a pass back to him at the edge of the Bayern box sends Kluivert in on goal and he smashes it low across Neuer. His first Bundesliga goal, and what a time to get it!
BAYERN NOW IN FRONT!
What a turnaround from Bayern with two goals in four minutes. Lewandowski finds Coman in space and he turns quickly to spot Müller's run in behind and find him with a tidy through-ball. Müller provides the finish past Gulacsi to make it two assists for Coman already.
If you don't know who Musiala is, read more on bundesliga.com right now. The 17-year-old is Bayern's youngest-ever scorer and has made another statement already this evening.
WHAT A HIT FROM MUSIALA!
The 17-year-old fires Bayern level. He's found on the edge of the Leipzig box by Coman and sends a powerful shot into the far bottom corner wide of Gulacsi. His third goal of the season already, what a start to life in Munich for the England youth international born in Germany.
Speed check: The fastest player in the game after 30 minutes
Justin Dean Kluivert32.78km/h
WHAT A HIT FROM PAVARD!
A superb strike from Pavard - reminiscent of his goal in the World Cup - with a sliced half-volley, and this one is just tipped wide by Gulacsi.
BAYERN'S SLOW START
This is the fourth Bundesliga game in a row that Bayern have gone 1-0 behind. An incredible stat against the defending champions.
Martinez can't continue here and it's Jamal Musiala who comes on. The England youth international is just 17 years old.
THE BIG MOMENT SO FAR
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MARTINEZ STRETCHING OUT
The Spanish midfielder is looking uncomfortable at the moment as he looks to stretch out his groin. We will have to see if he can continue here.
LEIPZIG OFF THE MARK IN MUNICH
In their fifth attempt, Leipzig have finally scored their first goal at the Allianz Arena in the Bundesliga.
LEIPZIG LEAD IN MUNICH!
If at first you don't succeed, try and try again. Leipzig break with Forsberg through the middle who finds Nkunku running in behind. Neuer races off his line but Nkunku skips past him in style before slotting the ball into the empty net. His third shot on goal already and finally one comes off. Leipzig flying here early on!
COMAN LOOKING DANGEROUS
The Frenchman is sent down the left wing and fires a low cross aimed for Lewandowski, but Gulacsi is out well to parry it from the ground before the ball is touched behind. A really open game here with both sides going for goal.
Leipzig's trio in midfield - Haidara, Adams and Sabitzer - have been superb so far in both launching attacks and holding the Bayern midfield.
NKUNKU CURLS WIDE
Adams does superbly to battle Martinez and win the ball in midfield. Leipzig counter and Nkunku is found again in space on the left. He cuts back onto his right foot and goes for the far top corner this time, but puts too much power behind his shot.
EVEN CONTEST SO FAR
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NKUNKU GOES CLOSE
Leipzig latch onto a loose pass out from Süle and break froward with speed. It's Forsberg who brilliantly spots Nkunku in space on the left and the Frenchman shoots from 20 yards out. A touch along the way takes it behind.
LOVELY FROM COMAN
Bayern's first corner goes out the back and Pavard swings it back it. Coman eventually claims possession in the penalty area and shows tidy dribbling to earn space for a left-footed shot at the near post, which just beats the near post and hits the side-netting past Gulacsi.
LEIPZIG GIVING NO SPACE
Distance run (km)
Every touch of the ball is quickly met with a pressing opposition player here so far. It's been a brilliant fast-paced start to this game.
BAYERN ON THE BALL
The home side outplaying Leipzig's press to get some possession in their half of the pitch for the first time in this first half.
It is indeed a four-man backline for Leipzig, with Mukiele at right-back and Angelino at left-back with Konate and Upamecano in the middle.
OFF THE BAR!
What a hit from Sabitzer, who collects a corner cleared to the edge of the Bayern box and sends a dipping shot at goal from 20 yards. It moves past Neuer but only clips the crossbar on its way over. What an opening goal that would have been!
Great early pressure from Leipzig to pen Bayern back in their own half and earn the first corner of the game.
AWAY WE GO!
The away side get us underway in Munich.
In their four visits to the Allianz Arena, Leipzig have failed to score. 3-0, 2-0, 1-0, 0-0 so far. It's the 5th time in their nine meetings that these two face each other in the Bundesliga as the top two in the table.
One a cold December night in Munich, the heat is on at the Allianz Arena for this mouth-watering Saturday night meeting between Bayern and Leipzig. Both sets of players are getting their final instructions before we get things underway.
WATCH: ANALYSIS OF LEWANDOWSKI VS. UPAMECANO
LEWY VS. UPAMECANO
One of the key battles today will see Leipzig's French defender come up against Lewandowski. Upamecano has clocked the second-fastest sprint of any player in 2020/21 at 21.96 mph (35.34 km/h), second only to VfB Stuttgart’s Silas Wamangituka 22.00 mph (35.42 km/h). His ability to keep pace with Lewandowski will be crucial to Leipzig keeping Europe's Player of the Year quiet.
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THE RB MACHINE
Leipzig have had more shots (150), won more penalties (five) and won more challenges (1051) than any other Bundesliga team this term. Sitting second in the table behind Bayern, Leipzig will want to show tonight that they can compete with the very best at the top of the German table.
THE NAGELSMANN INFLUENCE
Nagelsmann has picked up at least a point in five of his eight Bundesliga matches against Bayern (two wins, three draws). He has not lost against the Reds while in charge of Leipzig (two draws), while Leipzig have yet to score a goal at the Allianz Arena in the Bundesliga.
LEWY RESTED UP
The only thing scarier than Lewandowski might just be a rested Lewandowski. Bayern's No.9 put his feet up during the week as the treble-winners earned a draw at Atletico, but now he's back. The Pole has five goals in eight Bundesliga matches against Leipzig, but has failed to score in four of those. Will he had to his season total of 12 so far in 2020/21?
WAIT TO SEE WITH RB
It's never a good idea to try and guess a Leipzig line-up under Julian Nagelsmann. It could be a 4-3-3 today with no set striker on the pitch, or a 3-4-3 depending on how attacking Nagelsmann wants to set out his side.
BAYERN TEAM NEWS
Bayern come into the game two points clear of Leipzig, and - with their Champions League progress already assured - having had the luxury of resting not only Lewandowski but also Neuer for their midweek trip to Atletico Madrid. The heavyweight duo will return to Flick's starting XI, who'll be seeking to pick up a seventh win in an eight-game unbeaten Bundesliga run that has them in first place coming into the weekend's action. Joshua Kimmich returned to light training this week following his knee injury, but the Germany international remains on the sidelines. Alphonso Davies (ankle) joins him in the stands. Tolisso makes way for Martinez in central midfield with the Frenchman not fully recovered from a muscle strain, while Sane gets the nod over Gnabry out wide.
LEIPZIG TEAM NEWS
Leipzig's kept their European destiny in their own hands following a spectacular 4-3 win at Basaksehir on Wednesday, a match in which Upamecano played the full 90 minutes. The new France international will be in the visitors' backline again as Nagelsmann tries to replicate the tactical masterclass that earned his team a point and a clean sheet on their last visit to Munich, the only game Bayern failed to win in their imperious march through the second half of the 2019/20 treble-winning season. After missing the trip to Turkey for personal reasons, Nkunku is available again, though Sörloth is among those rested after the gruelling win in Turkey.
BAYERN STARTING XI!
Bayern: Neuer (c) - Pavard, Süle, Boateng, Alaba - Martinez, Goretzka - Sane, Müller, Coman - Lewandowski
Subs: Nübel, Gnabry, Costa, Choupo-Moting, Sarr, Roca, Nianzou, Richards, Musiala
LEIPZIG STARTING XI!
Gulacsi - Konate, Upamecano, Mukiele - Sabitzer (c), Adams, Haidara, Angelino - Forsberg, Kluivert - Nkunku
Martinez, Orban, Poulsen, Sörloth, Samardzic, Halstenberg, Olmo, Borkowski, Kampl
LEIPZIG FIRING BLANKS IN MUNICH
Julian Nagelsmann's side face an uphill battle today: Leipzig haven't scored against Bayern in Munich in any of their four previous visits. Overall, Die Roten Bullen have only won one of their eight Bundesliga encounters with Bayern, a 2-1 triumph in March 2018. The Reds have taken maximum points four times, while the three most recent games have all ended in draws.
KEY CONTESTS: WHERE WILL THIS GAME BE WON AND LOST?
BAYERN WELL RESTED
Bayern coach Hansi Flick was able to leave Robert Lewandowski, Manuel Neuer and Leon Goretzka in Munich during the week, giving them a breather while the rest of the team travelled to Madrid for their UEFA Champions League match away to Atletico. That trio all look set to start today - could their freshness prove the difference in the closing stages against a Leipzig side that travelled to Turkey in the Champions League on Wednesday.
SPARKS WILL FLY
It's first against second in what has become one of the most eagerly anticipated fixtures of the season. Bayern top the table on 22 points, just two ahead of their visitors, and the home side have the best attack in the league with 31 goals in their nine league outings so far. However, they are coming up against the best defence in the top flight this term; Leipzig have only conceded six goals to date.
Here you will find the most important information on the game between FC Bayern München and RB Leipzig on Matchday 10 of the 2020/21 Bundesliga season.