After a dramatic tie with PSG, With a stoppage-time penalty, RB Leipzig salvaged a 2-2 draw against PSG, but the outcome saw them eliminated from the Champions League on Wednesday.
As a result of Georginio Wijnaldum’s first two goals for his new club Paris Saint-Germain, the French giants have dropped to second place in Group A, behind Manchester City.
The Dutchman, who has struggled since signing from. Liverpool this season, scored in the 21st minute and added another six minutes before halftime.
After a dramatic tie with PSG, Leipzig had taken the lead in the eighth minute through. Christopher Nkunku, but they squandered an opportunity to expand their lead when. Andre Silva’s penalty was saved in the 12th minute.
In second-half stoppage time, substitute Dominik Szoboszlai did better from the penalty to save a point for the Germans.
He scored again in the 39th minute, heading in his second goal of the game following a lengthy VAR review.
On the stroke of halftime, Mbappe came close to scoring, but keeper. Peter Gulacsi made a diving save to deny the. French striker, who again squandered a good opportunity early in the second half.
Leipzig regularly found spaces to get into the box against a shaky French backline, but they struggled to finish, with Szoboszlai missing the target with their finest chance.
The Hungarian, on the other hand, made apologies when he stepped up to take a stoppage-time penalties for a foul on Nkunku and equalized to give his team their first point of the competition and keep them in contention for a Europa League spot.