RB Leipzig remain three points clear of second-place SC Freiburg at the top of Bundesliga 2 after coming from behind to beat TSV 1860 Munich 2-1.
Both teams were denied by the woodwork in an entertaining first half at the Red Bull Arena. Diego Demme rattled the crossbar from distance, before 1860 striker Sasha Molders struck the post at the other end after capitalising on a mix-up in the home defence.
The FC Augsburg loanee made up for his miss five minutes into the second half, though, slotting past keeper Peter Gulacsi after fine build-up play from Rubin Okotie and Levent Aycicek. The Lions’ lead lasted less than 15 minutes, however, as substitute Davie Selke headed into the bottom corner of the net from Massimo Bruno’s free-kick, before Lukas Klostermann fired past Stefan Ortega from a tight angle to complete the turnaround.