Werner scored his first Bundesliga goal in eight games after a barren spell of 543 minutes.
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Substitute Timo Werner netted a second-half winner as RB Leipzig came from behind to shock Bayern Munich 2-1 Sunday as the Bundesliga leaders suffered a first defeat since November, a stretch of 19 matches in all competitions.Backup striker Sandro Wagner gave Bayern an early lead at Leipzig's Red Bull Arena, but the hosts roared back in emphatic style through Liverpool-bound Naby Keita and Werner.Top-scorer Robert Lewandowski was omitted from the starting line-up, but his stand-in Wagner needed just 12 minutes to put Bayern ahead.When Kieta's pass put Werner clear, the Germany striker sprinted clear of Bayern's Niklas Suele before hitting his shot just out of reach of Munich 'keeper Sven Ulreich.It was a relief for Werner who scored his first Bundesliga goal in eight games after a barren spell of 543 minutes.
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