Leipzig’s defender Willi Orban celebrates with his teammatesafter scoring in the Bundesliga match against Hertha BSC Berlin.
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Promoted RB Leipzig will look to complete a sensational year with victory at champions Bayern Munich Wednesday as they eye top spot in the Bundesliga.Big-spending Leipzig, who raced through the divisions after energy drinks maker Red Bull took over an amateur club in 2009, are second on goal difference behind the champions, with both teams on 36 points.Leipzig have every right to dream big after a stellar start with 11 wins and one defeat in league 15 matches.The East German club have angered thousands of German fans with their rapid, cash-fueled rise and ownership structure.But they are among the most exciting teams this season with talented Germany international Timo Werner having netted nine times and Emil Forsberg setting up a league-topping eight goals and scoring another five.
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