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That is that. An emphatic, comfortable victory for Leipzig in their first match under Rose. Dortmund were poor and the hosts deserve what is a comfortable win thanks to goals from Orban, Szoboszlai and Haidara. A great day for RBL, a forgettable one for BVB.
Speed check: The fastest player in the game after 90 minutes
Timo Werner 35.47km/h
Niklas Süle 34.59km/h
Marius Wolf 34.50km/h
Leipzig neatly tie the bow on a comprehensive victory as Haidara taps home from close range after some seriously poor defending. Werner doesn't have a goal, but he has the assist.
GOAL!3 : 0
WERNER DUE A GOAL?
Timo Werner Marco Reus
NJINMAH LOOKS BRIGHT
A positive to the end of the game here as Njinmah looks unfazed by making his debut against strong opposition and difficult circumstances. He's rapid and very lively. One to watch, you think.
DEBUT FOR NJINMAH
Justin Njinmah comes on for his Bundesliga debut, replacing Özcan. A big moment for the 21-year-old who's on-loan from Werder Bremen.
A first change for Leipzig as Simakan makes way for Henrichs. They're coasting to the three points here.
OVER FROM MODESTE
Reyna shows his class by getting on the outside out on the left and pulling an excellent ball back to Modeste. It's a difficult height to control the volley and, although he hits it hard and true, it flies over and wide.
Werner gets a shot away from the edge of the box but it's straight at Meyer, who parries away. Leipzig still look the more threatening, and by some distance.
DOUBLE DORTMUND CHANGE
You feel like Dortmund could have done this at the break but they've waited 15 minutes or so after no signs of improvement. Moukoko and Reyna on, can the youngsters inject a bit of quality to proceedings?
BVB striker Modeste has been short of service today and left isolated at the top of the Dortmund attack. He's a player that thrives off balls into the box and he's not getting them, while his teammates are struggling to get alongside their striker and play off of him.
xGoals suggests that there's not been any real obvious chances in front of goal, although Werner should have done a lot better just before Szoboszlai's effort. You can guarantee that the xG of that second will have been low. Belter.
NOTHING TOO CLEAR CUT
GULACSI GETS A TOUCH
The Leipzig 'keeper has barely had to use his hands so far but he gets a feel for the ball by cutting out Reus' cross. Dortmund's skipper has been quiet today but he came to life there. His team needs more of that from their leader.
PRESSURE ON BVB
As you'd expect, Leipzig are again letting Dortmund have the ball and saying: "What have you got?" Currently, the visitors are a bit short on ideas.
No changes from either team as we get back underway in Leipzig.
LEIPZIG LOOKING ROSE-Y
The home side are 2-0 to the good at half-time and looking very good for the win in Rose's first game in charge. Orban headed them in front early and Szoboszlai made it 2-0 just before the break with a screamer. Dortmund, meanwhile, have been far from their best and haven't looked at all like scoring.
HOSTS GO 2-0 UP!
Werner misses a golden opportunity one-on-one with Meyer but it doesn't prove a costly miss as, moments later, Szoboszlai hits an absolute rocket from way out into the top corner. A wonderful hit to add to his long highlight collection. Stunning.
GOAL!2 : 0
WIDE FROM SCHLOTTERBECK
Schlotterbeck and Modeste both rise to meet a corner and a combination of their respective heads flashes the ball wide. A first shot from the visitors at least.
DORTMUND YET TO HAVE A SHOT
2 off target
2 on target
0 off target
0 on target
HOSTS TURNING UP THE HEAT
The Leipzig engine is starting to purr as Raum fires at goal but Diallo can only header over as he looks to direct the ball into the net. Forsberg, Nkunku and Werner combine nicely moments later before being crowded out.
WHAT A TACKLE
Wolf has just prevented Leipzig making it 2-0. Dortmund's high line is punished as Werner is slipped through on the halfway mark and races clear on goal. He squares it and it looks as if Szoboszlai will tap home his side's second but Wolf's recovery is remarkable and he nudges it to safety. Superb from Wolf.
MIDFIELD BATTLE UNFOLDING
Abdou Diallo Jude Bellingham
Speed check: The fastest player in the game after 30 minutes
Timo Werner 35.47km/h
Niklas Süle 34.59km/h
Konrad Laimer 33.75km/h
DORTMUND HAVING MOST OF THE BALL
WERNER WANTS A PENALTY...
... but he's not getting it. The Germany international breaks clear on the right edge of the box and gets a hand on the back from Özcan just as he's pulling the trigger. The referee doesn't think it was enough to give a penalty and we continue.
Yet more good work from Wolf as he turns Schlager inside out and looks for a cutback but wins a corner instead. Brandt takes it but it's well cleared by the head of Nkunku.
DECENT FOOT RACE
Fastest runner (km/h)
Timo Werner Niklas Süle
ORBAN LEADS THE WAY
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LEIPZIG WARMING UP
It's fair to say that Dortmund were the better team until that goal but it's brought the hosts to life since and they're growing more and more into the game. It's up to Terzic and Dortmund to now come up with an answer for going behind so early.
ONE SHOT, ONE GOAL
0 off target
1 on target
0 off target
0 on target
ORBAN OPENS THE SCORING!
Dortmund are threatening one minute but Leipzig use Werner's pace to rapidly get up the other end and win a corner. From that, Orban heads home and the Rose era is up and running.
GOAL!1 : 0
WOLF WINS A CORNER
Diallo lets the ball run across him and gets himself in all-sorts, which nearly proves costly. Wolf picks the ball up just inside the right of the Leipzig box and wins a corner off Diallo. It comes to nothing, though, to spare the home defender's blushes.
DORTMUND GET US UNDERWAY
Off we go...
NEW MAN IN THE DUGOUT
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10 MINUTES TO KICK-OFF
We're nearly ready to go in Leipzig. Hold on to your hats...
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ROSE MOVES TO 3-4-1-2
Rose's first team selection as Leizpig coach sees an expected move to 3-4-1-2 for Die Roten Bullen. It means Dominik Szoboszlai appears to be in a right wing-back position, while Emil Forsberg sits behind Christopher Nkunku and Timo Werner in attack. Yussuf Poulsen is a welcome sight on the bench after a three month absence through injury.
SÜLE STARTS, HUMMELS AND REYNA ON BENCH
Terzic has kept with summer signings Nico Schlotterbeck and Niklas Süle at the heart of his defence and , with Mats Hummels in reserve. Further forward, Gio Reyna - who impressed in the UEFA Champions League win over Copenhagen in midweek - is still awaiting a first start of the season. Alexander Meyer, 31, kept a clean sheet against Copenhagen and makes his Bundesliga bow in the absence of Gregor Kobel
LEIPZIG STARTING XI
Gulacsi (c) - Simakan, Orban, Diallo - Szoboszlai, Laimer, Schalger, Raum - Forsberg - Nkunku, Werner
Blaswich, Halstenberg, Gvardiol, Henrichs, Haidara, Kampl, Poulsen, Silva, Novoa
DORTMUND STARTING XI
Meyer - Meunier, Süle, Schlotterbeck, Guerreiro - Bellingham, Özcan - Wolf, Reus (c), Brandt - Modeste
Lotka, Hummels, Rothe, Coulibaly, Reyna, Can, Passlack, Moukouko, Njinmah
HOW IT STARTED
SET YOUR ALARMS
Kick-off gets underway in the battle between the 12th-placed hosts and second-place visitors at 3.30pm CEST, with team news dropping an hour before that so set your alarms now.
NEW COACH VIBES
Here's what Leipzig's new tactician, Marco Rose, hopes to put right at his team, asap: "We need a lot of energy and power to turn the mood around and start picking up results. That’s what the focus is on now."
BVB GOING STRONG
ROSE IN PLACE
Borussia Dortmund, Real Madrid, Borussia Mönchengladbach. What a start for new Leipzig coach Marco Rose to contemplate, the 45-year-old having accepted the challenge to replace the outgoing Domenico Tedesco at the Die Roten Bullen helm. First up for Leipzig's new man is a game against one of his former sides, BVB.
What a game we have for you on Matchday 6 of the Bundesliga! When Leipzig meet Dortmund, on-field sparks tend to fly and we're expecting things to be no different here. Settle in!