Leipzig’s turning point this season

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RB Leipzig could find a turning point in the season. After returning to a seven-match unbeaten run of the Bundesliga and rising to fifth in the Beer City.

RB Leipzig are recovering from their worst start to the season since being promoted to the Bundesliga in 2016. With the Red Bulls moving up to fifth place with an unbeaten run in the Bundesliga. The league over the past 7 games and are 10 points behind leaders Bayern Munich. 

It begs the question: How does current head coach Jesse Marsh do it?

At first glance, you might think it could be a big help from Christopher Nkunku. As the French forward is doing his best since March took over as coach from Julian Nage. Ex-Paris Saint-Germain forward Lsmann has five goals and three assists in 11 Bundesliga games.

Nkunku also scored five goals in the Champions League. This include a hat-trick in the 3-6 defeat to Manchester City and two more goals in the 1-2 defeat to Club Brugge and a 2-2 draw with Paris Saint-Germain.

In all, March deserves big credit for pushing RB Leipzig up from 12th. And just one point above the relegation zone after game five of the season. And just one point from their first four games. Of the Champions League group stage before the break for the national team program during November

The American coach must deal with the continuation of Nagelsmann’s work in leading RB Leipzig to runners-up in the Bundesliga and DFB-Pokal in the 2020-2021 season without compromising. On the passing of captain Marcel Sabitzer and French defender Dayot Upamecano. Who moved to Bayern Munich in the summer, Marsh is not as easy as it may seem at first.

March started his pre-season stint with the team, recording one win, one draw, one loss, ex-Salzburg head coach and former assistant Ralf Rangnick at RB Leipzig. Good start by leading Red Bull City in beer throttle Sandhausen, the second Liga team 4-0 in the first round of the DFB-Pokal.