Leipzig were left fuming Wednesday after being denied a clear penalty. REUTERS/Michaela Rehle
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"It is normal for it to hurt, but Saturday we have another big game and we are really looking forward to that," Forsberg added.His recent fine performances have helped Leipzig notch a four-game winning run in the Bundesliga to move within a point of leaders Borussia Dortmund and Bayern, who are both on 20 .Bayern have got back to winning ways since Jupp Heynckes took over from Ancelotti this month, winning both league games and a Champions League encounter.Dortmund, ahead of Bayern on goal difference, travel to Hanover 96 hoping to stem a dip in form in recent weeks that has seen them fail to win their last two league games.
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