Sabitzer strike rescues debutants RB Leipzig
<p><a href=""><img src="" width="130" height="86" alt="Leipzig's midfielder Marcel Sabitzer celebrate scoring the 2-2 on August 28, 2016" align="left" title="Leipzig's midfielder Marcel Sabitzer celebrate scoring the 2-2 on August 28, 2016" border="0" /></a>After four promotions in seven seasons, RB Leipzig made an impressive Bundesliga debut on Sunday, twice coming from behind as Marcel Sabitzer's equaliser sealed a 2-2 draw at Hoffenheim. Founded in 2009 by Austrian energy drink's firm Red Bull, RasenBallsport Leipzig are widely unpopular amongst German football fans, due to the commercialism they represent and resentment caused by their sponsor's deep pockets. For example, a severed bull's head was thrown onto the playing area at last Saturday's German Cup defeat at Dynamo Dresden and some fans of Borussia Dortmund, Leipzig's opponents for their first home league match in a fortnight, plan a boycott.</p><br clear="all"/>

· Hertha gets dramatic win, Leipzig draws on Bundesliga debut
· Pirelli's starry calendar focused on acting talent, not skin
· Trump stand-ins struggle to speak for and defend nominee
· College football Down Under attracts 61,000 fans at Sydney
· David de la Cruz wins 9th stage to take Spanish Vuelta lead
· With Broncos, Patriots flawed, no clear favorite in AFC
· Serena 'pain-free' for US Open, says coach
· 'Don't Breathe' steals thunder in US box-office debut
· Italy probes whether negligence played role in quake toll

Contact Us - Support - Dial-up Access Numbers

Copyright © 2016 Affinity4 or the content's respective owner. All rights reserved.
Weather courtesy of The Weather Channel. Headlines courtesy of Yahoo! News, Agape Press and Topix.