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NEBEL MAKES HISTORY
Paul Nebel becomes Mainz's youngest Bundesliga player ever at 17 years and 240 days old.
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HALF CHANCE FOR HWANG
The ball is lost by the Mainz defence and Hwang latches onto the loose ball. He races to the edge of the Mainz box but his ball across goal doesn't find a man in white and red, with Zentner grabbing it.
FUN IN THE SUN
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GOOD WORK FROM HENRICHS
The former Leverkusen man on for his Leipzig debut is in central midfield alongside Adams and has already made his first contribution. A superbly-timed tackle on Latza wins the ball back and he sends Hwang into the box, but Zentner is out quickly to grab the ball and snuff out the danger.
The Spanish full-back breaks into the Mainz box and fires a low shot at the near post. Zentner is well-placed to make a solid save to deny him.
MATETA CLOSE TO A SECOND!
The Frenchman should really have his second of the game and new hope for Mainz. He's alone at the near post and rises high to meet Brosinski's cross, but sends his header over the bar. He almost put too much power behind it from that range.
BROSINSKI HITS WIDE
The Mainz full-back has a go with a free-kick from all of 30 yards out of goal but misses the mark with his second shot on goal of the game.
POULSEN GOING FOR MORE
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DEBUT FOR HWANG
The South Korean forward is on for his Leipzig debut, replacing Olmo.