Leipzig win and remain in the German Cup

RB Leipzig qualified this Saturday for the round of 32 of the German Cup by eliminating Nuremberg, currently in Second, after beating them 3-0. A good start to the season for Leipzig, a semi-finalist in the Champions League who have lost Timo Werner, one of their main stars and who has signed for Chelsea.

Leipzig advanced in this cup duel thanks to a shot by Amadou Haidara from 20 meters after an error by the Nuremberg goalkeeper in minute 3.

Julian Nagelsmann's team completely controlled the match, without Nuremberg creating problems for him. And Yussuf Poulsen, this Saturday substitute, scored the second goal of the afternoon, in this case from the edge of the area at 67 '. Lastly, South Korean Hwang Hee-chan made it 0-3 in the 90 '.

The first round of the German Cup began on Friday with Hertha Berlin's surprise 5-4 defeat to Second-tier Eintracht Braunschweig, and some stadiums welcomed a few hundred fans as local health authorities allowed them to a limited number of spectators will return to the stands.

Borussia Mönchengladbach had no problems against Oberneuland, who went 0-8 with two goals from Patrick Herrmann and Florian Neuhaus, while Cologne topped Altglienicke from Fourth with 0-6. On the other hand, Wolfsburg sealed their pass with a 1-4 over Union Fuerstenwalde, from Fourth. And Augsburg left Celle, from Quinta, out of the Cup with a 0-7.