RB Leipzig 3-1 Cologne: Hosts move up to fourth in the Bundesliga as Christopher Nkunku, Dani Olmo and Angelino fire them to comfortable win
- Christopher Nkunku broke the deadlock with a free kick from the edge of the box
- Dani Olmo doubled the advantage after the break with a long-range effort
- Angelino then made it three to put the result of the game beyond any doubt
- Tim Lemperle scored a late consolation goal for Cologne in stoppage time
RB Leipzig coasted to a comfortable win over Cologne to move up to fourth place in the Bundesliga table.
Christopher Nkunku broke the deadlock in the first half with a free kick from the edge of the box.
Dani Olmo doubled the advantage after the break from range before Angelino added a third to put the game to bed. Tim Lemperle scored a consolation goal for the hosts in stoppage time.
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Christopher Nknunku continued his brilliant season by opening the scoring
He curled a free kick into the net from just outside the area in the first half
Dani Olmo doubled the lead with a long range effort in the second half on Friday night
The Spain international remains one of RB Leipzig’s most consistent performers
Angelino made it three to put the result beyond any real doubt against Cologne