RB Leipzig remain unbeaten away from home this season after posting a 1-0 victory at Karlsruher SC on Monday evening to stay level on points with SC Freiburg at the Bundesliga 2 summit.
The hosts enjoyed the better of an entertaining encounter early on but failed to convert their possession into goalscoring chances. Leipzig initially struggled to gain a foothold in the game, but improved after the half-hour mark and had the best opportunity of the first half when Dominik Kaiser fizzed a long-range effort wide.
Karlsruhe striker Dimitris Diamantakos should have broken the deadlock after the break, but his weak penalty was easily saved by Fabio Coltorti. The visitors punished that wastefulness shortly afterwards when Marcel Sabitzer’s deflected strike beat Dirk Orlishausen to give Leipzig their sixth away win in nine matches to