Highlights

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Watch: Openda: "We'll come back with a strong mentality"

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Full time: Bremen 1-1 Leipzig

Leipzig will be kicking themselves after letting the lead slip, despite having chances to kill the game off. Still, the hosts were good value for the point and created a number of presentable openings before Njinmah’s fine equaliser earned them a share of the spoils here.
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Haidara from range!

Patient build-up from Leipzig as they try to find space for a late winner. Eventually Henrichs finds Haidara on the edge of the box and he gets a shot away, but it's straight at Zetterer, who makes a good save.
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Speed check: The fastest player in the game after 90 minutes

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Speed check: The fastest player in the game after 90 minutes
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2.
David Raum
David Raum33.41km/h
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Benjamin Šeško
Benjamin Šeško33.39km/h
86'

First for Bremen?

Werder haven't managed to pick up any points against any of the teams currently in the top seven this season. Is that about to end?
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Home comforts

Njinmah now has three career Bundesliga goals to his name, and all of them have come on home turf. Today's was the first of the three to be scored from outside of the box and also the first with his left foot.
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End of an era

After nine years at the club, Forsberg received a big hug from coach Marco Rose when he left the pitch a short while ago.
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Momentum on Bremen's side

That goal has given both the Bremen players and the crowd a lift, and the noise inside the wohninvest WESERSTADION has increased dramatically as the supporters urge their players to go for a winner.
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Brilliant equaliser!

There doesn't appear to be much danger when Njinmah receives the ball 25 yards from goal in a central position. He cuts onto his left foot and curls a superb shot just inside the post. There's no way Blaswich was stopping that!
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Justin Njinmah

ゴール!

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3 %
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シュートスピード
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88.52 km/h
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21.37 m
72'

Free-kick from Ducksch

Bremen win a free-kick in a promising position, about 30 yards out. It's prime territory for Ducksch to have a pop at goal and he duly does, but his curling effort lacks the power to seriously trouble Blaswich, and ends up going over anyway.
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Chance for Openda!

The Frenchman must surely make it 2-0! A loose pass in midfield comes to Xavi, who immediately feeds it forward to Openda. He only has Zetterer to beat but seems to get caught in two minds about what to do, and the goalkeeper makes the save.
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ボール回収時間

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ボール回収時間
ボール回収時間は、ボールを失った後にチームがボールを取り戻すまでの秒数を示します。また、チームのプレイスタイルに関する結論を導き出すことも可能です。プレイ中の時間のみがカウントされます(つまり、ゴールキックやスローインなどのプレイの中断は含まれません)。
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Killer instinct lacking?

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xGoals
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Leipzig should be two goals to the good by now, but as it stands Bremen still have a chance of clawing their way back in.
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0.74
2.34
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Warm applause

Emil Forsberg makes way after his final Bundesliga appearance for Leipzig, with Christoph Baumgartner taking his place.
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Important goals

Four of Openda's 11 Bundesliga goals this season have put his side 1-0 up. Only Harry Kane (five) has done so more often in 2023/24.
56'

Ducksch off the bar!

The forward receives the ball inside the box, on the left, before turning and curling a shot at goal that clips the top of the bar on its way over!
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Brilliant from Borré

The Colombian twists and turns on the left before getting off an angled drive that Blaswich does well to block at his near post.
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Win Probability

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72.9 %
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Side netting from Raum

Bremen try to counter following a Leipzig corner but they lose possession quickly and suddenly Raum is in space on the right. He cuts inside onto his preferred left boot but his shot is deflected into the side netting.
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Openda with the breakthrough!

The forward outmuscles Groß to collect a ball over the Bremen defence. His first shot is saved by Zetterer, as his his follow-up, but he makes no mistake at the third time of asking, prodding in from close range.
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Loïs Openda

ゴール!

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ゴールの確率
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92 %
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7.32 m
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Under way again

Bremen get the match restarted. Just one change during the interval as Simakan replaces Castello at the back for Leipzig.
後半開始
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Half-time: Bremen 0-0 Leipzig

It’s scoreless so far, and that’s probably a fair reflection of the game. Leipzig started the better of the two teams and hit the post inside the first minute, but the hosts recovered well and had a great spell of pressure around the half-hour mark, creating a couple of clear-cut chances. Poulsen’s disallowed effort is the closest we’ve come to a goal as yet, but that looks certain to change after the break.
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Poulsen goal disallowed

The visitors thought they had taken the lead when Poulsen headed in on the rebound after Haidara's deflected shot came back off the post, but it won't count due to Poulsen being offside.
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SituationGoal
ReviewOffside?
DecisionNo goal
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Not much in it

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xGoals
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The game has really come to life in the last few minutes, with decent chances at both ends of the pitch.
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0.59
0.62
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38'

Over from Openda!

The Leipzig forward uses his body well to win the ball about 30 yards outside the Bremen box. He strides forward and shoots from distance but his effort arrows just over the bar.
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Stage fright!

Bremen are on top now and are pushing hard for the first goal of the game - and they should have it! Bittencourt crosses from the right and there are three players unmarked at the back post. Stage is the best positioned of them all and volleys at goal from six yards out. He only has Blaswich to beat, but his effort sails high over the bar. What a chance that was!
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Henrichs to the rescue!

A vital, sliding interception from Henrichs prevents the ball from reaching Ducksch, who would surely have scored the opener from 10 yards, after Njinmah broke in behind the Leipzig defence down the right and crossed into the middle.
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Chance for Bremen!

Castello clears the ball off the line from a Ducksch header following a swift break forward!
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Leipzig in behind!

Forsberg blocks an attempted clearance and it falls kindly for Openda, wide on the right. He crosses low into the middle for Poulsen, who's back-heeled flick is well saved by Zetterer!
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Speed check: The fastest player in the game after 30 minutes

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Speed check: The fastest player in the game after 30 minutes
Through high-end camera technology and machine learning, the speed of each player is evaluated in real time. Top speed then means, the fastest measured single frame of a player/game.
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David Raum
David Raum32.98km/h
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Marco Friedl
Marco Friedl32.11km/h
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Making mischief

Xavi has had more shots than any other player on the pitch so far with two. The Dutch youngster is once again looking the player most likely to make the difference here.
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Xavi again!

Some neat interplay from Leipzig around the edge of the Bremen box leads to Xavi having a shot. It's straight at Zetterer, who spills it but manages to recover in time to claim the ball ahead of Poulsen, who was ready to pounce on the rebound.
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Chance for Xavi!

The midfielder robs Jung of the ball inside the Bremen box, controls the ball brilliantly with a couple of heel flicks and has a shot from an angle, but it rolls wide of the far post.
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Promising foray

Agu's run down the Bremen left behind Henrichs is a good one and a long ball over the top picks him out, but he can't quite control it on his chest and the ball goes out of play.
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Defences on top

Castello's effort off the post within seconds of kick-off is the only shot of the game so far.
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0枠外
0枠内
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0枠内
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Storm weathered

Bremen are gradually seeing more of the ball and getting forward with greater confidence now, having survived that early spell of Leizpig pressure.
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Forsberg to the fore?

The Swede provided a goal and an assist off the bench at the weekend. What can he produce here in his final game for Leipzig?
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Bossing it

The visitors aren't letting Bremen see much of the ball right now as they continue to build up the pressure.
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Still settling

That early scare seems to have put Bremen on edge somewhat and they're struggling to keep the ball or make it outside their own half right now.
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Leipzig hit the post!

Raum swings a free-kick from the left into the box and it's only half cleared out to Castello, lurking just inside the Bremen box. His left-footed strike goes through a crowd of players and crashes off the base of the post! What a start that would have been!
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Here we go!

Leipzig get the ball rolling on Matchday 16!
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Bremen team news

Werder head coach Ole Werner has made four changes to his starting line-up following the 2-2 draw at Gladbach on Friday. Two of those are in defence, with Marco Friedl and Christian Groß coming in for Niklas Stark and Miloš Veljković. Elsewhere, Felix Agu is given a chance to shine in midfield in place of Olivier Deman, while Justin Njinmah replaces Romano Schmid.

Leipzig team news

Emil Forsberg is handed a start in his final game for the club prior to his transfer to the New York Red Bulls next month, coming in for Christoph Baumgartner. That is one of three changes following the team's 3-1 success over Hoffenheim at the weekend: Kevin Kampl also comes in for Xaver Schlager in central midfield, while Castello Lukeba takes Mohamed Simakan's place in central defence.
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Watch: A peek in Leipzig's changing room

Bremen starting XI

Zetterer - Groß, Friedl (c), Jung - Weiser, Stage, Bittencourt, Agu - Njinmah, Ducksch - Borré

Bremen subs

Pavlenka, Röcker, Deman, Lynen, Schmid, Löpping, Kownacki, Sato, Woltemade

Leipzig starting XI

Blaswich - Henrichs, Klostermann, Castello, Raum - Xavi, Haidara, Kampl, Forsberg (c) - Openda, Poulsen

Leipzig subs:

Gulácsi, Lenz, Bitshiabu, Simakan, Werner, Seiwald, Baumgartner, Carvalho, Šeško
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Watch: Bremen arrive for Leipzig clash

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Emotional night for Forsberg

The 32-year-old will make his final appearance for Leipzig at the Weserstadion, ending an eight-year association with the club as he heads off to New York Red Bulls. Should he feature - and you would expect him to at some point - he will make his 326th appearance, second only to Yussuf Poulsen (380) in the club's history. He has found the back of the net on 71 occasions in all competitions, and will be eager to add number 72 here.

Goals from anywhere

Bremen will need to keep an eye on a whole host of Roten Bullen players as they go in search of victory - no team in the division has has as many difference goalscorers in the German top flight this campaign as Marco Rose's.

Ducksch to play a key role?

The striker has been Bremen's key player so far this campaign, scoring five goals in his last seven Bundesliga appearances, including in Die Werderaner's 2-2 draw with Borussia Mönchengladbach last time out, and seven overall. However, he is yet to score against Leipzig in six career appearances.
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Watch: Emil Forsberg's best Bundesliga goals

Ahead of his final game in Leipzig colours, recap some of Forsberg's best goals for the club.
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Werner's view on Leipzig

"While Leipzig are definitely the favourites, we've played well recently and want to create chances for ourselves. We're looking to put in a strong performance at home again and stick together as a team."
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Rose view on Bremen

"Bremen are always a tough team to play against, especially at the Weserstadion. They’ve got a great stadium and great fans. They have a very good coach and are well-structured in general. They’ve not changed their approach massively from last year. We therefore know what to expect in Bremen."
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History on Leipzig's side

Leipzig have won each of their last 6 Bundesliga games against Bremen. Will that run continue here?
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Probable line-ups

Who’s set to play this weekend? Who’s going to miss out? Keep up to date with all the latest team news right here!
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Watch: Leipzig 2-1 Bremen - previous meeting

Dominik Szoboszlai scored a 96th-minute winner as Leipzig came from behind to down Bremen and consolidate their place in the top four when these sides last met on 14 May 2023.
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Borussia Mönchengladbach 2-2 Werder Bremen

Marvin Ducksch struck in the closing stages to salvage a point for Bremen in the Matchday 15 opener in Gladbach, the point moving them five points clear of the relegation zone.
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Watch: Leipzig 3-1 Hoffenheim

Emil Forsberg came off the bench at the weekend to inspire Leipzig to victory over Hoffenheim in his final home game for the club prior to his January 2024 move to the New York Red Bulls.
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