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(LIVE~!)*++>[Here's Way To Watch] Livestream Real Madrid vs RB Leipzig LIVE@Streaming Online Time, UCL, TV Channel...Real Madrid's Brahim Diaz scored a stunning goal after a solo run as they beat hosts RB Leipzig 1-0 on Tuesday to take a clear advantage into their Champions League last-16 second leg next month.

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The 24-year-old, filling in for the injured Jude Bellingham, struck against the run of play, dribbling past three opponents, cutting in and curling a shot into the top corner in the 48th minute. Real goalkeeper Andriy Lunin then came to the rescue with a string of saves to protect their lead.

With Leipzig, who had a third-minute goal disallowed after a VAR review, pouring forward in search of an equaliser, Real almost scored again with Vinicius Jr poking the ball onto the post in the 72nd.

The Spaniards were missing several players through injury, including in-form Bellingham and keeper Thibaut Courtois. The return leg in Spain is on March 6.

Real Madrid take their 100% winning run in the UEFA Champions League to Germany in the round of 16 when they take on RB Leipzig on Tuesday in their first leg encounter. Carlo Ancelotti's men have been excellent so far and topped Group C comfortably while Marco Rose's outfit were second in Group G behind defending titleholders Manchester City. Real are full of confidence too, having just annihilated Girona at the summit of La Liga, although Jude Bellingham has picked up an injury. That may well do it for Los Blancos in Spain, so they can concentrate here at they seek to reach the quarterfinals with minimum fuss. However, Leipzig's Lois Openda and Xavi Simons will hope to have their say on that matter despite Die Roten Bullen struggling defensively in the group stage and still lagging behind in the race for UCL spots in the Bundesliga.

Here's our storylines, how you can watch the match and more:

How to watch and odds

Date: Tuesday, Feb. 13 | Time: 3 p.m. ET

Location: Red Bull Arena -- Leipzig, Germany

Watch: Paramount+

Odds: Dortmund +200; Draw +275; PSG +110

Team news

Leipzig: Amadou Haidara missed the Augsburg draw so could be a doubt while Mohamed Simakan and Benjamin Henrichs are flirting with second leg suspensions if they are not careful. Castello Lukeba is in the same boat but is less likely to start now that captain Willi Orban is back after missing the entire group stage through injury.

Potential Leipzig XI: Gulacsi; Simakan, Lukeba, Orban, Raum; Olmo, Schlager, Kampl, Simons; Sesko, Openda.

Real: Bellingham's injury is likely to keep him out here so expect to see Brahim Diaz while Antonio Rudiger is also expected to miss out injured. Nacho Fernandez should be back in defense but Eder Militao, David Alaba and Thibaut Courtois remain out.

Potential Real XI: Lunin; Carvajal, Tchouameni, Nacho, Mendy; Valverde, Kroos, Camavinga; Diaz; Vinicius Jr, Rodrygo.


This one seems set to be an entertaining opening leg with Leipzig and Real both teams which boast firepower up top but can be undone at the back. A narrow win for either side would not be a huge surprise and the hosts will hope to take some form of advantage into the second leg. Pick: Leipzig 2, Real 2.

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Tomorrow, on March 6th, Real Madrid will host RB Leipzig in the second leg of the UEFA Champions League Round of 16. In the first leg in Germany, Madrid secured a 1-0 victory. Dailysports has prepared the latest updates on the match, as well as the expected line-ups.

Carlo Ancelotti's team enters the match without new losses. Real will still be without central defenders David Alaba and Eder Militao, as well as goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois, who are recovering from knee ligament injuries.

Compared to the previous game against Leipzig, Real Madrid's leader Jude Bellingham returns to the lineup after playing the full match against Valencia over the weekend. Additionally, central defender Antonio Rudiger is available.

RB Leipzig's significant loss is central defender Mohamed Simakan, who is suspended due to accumulated yellow cards.

Due to an injury to Marco Rose, right-back Lukas Klostermann remains unavailable.

Match Preview

Despite suffering a barrage of RB Leipzig attacks, Real Madrid have a slender 1-0 lead to defend when the Bundesliga side return to the Spanish capital for the second leg of an enticing UEFA Champions League last-16 tie at the Santiago Bernabéu Stadium on Wednesday.

Leipzig fell to a narrow defeat on home turf at the Red Bull Arena earlier in February, despite managing nine shots on target against Andriy Lunin. That was the German side’s most such efforts on goal in a Champions League knockout game, while it also marked the most Madrid have faced in the competition since their 2022 final victory over Liverpool (also nine).

Benjamin Sesko had four of those chances against Lunin, with only two players managing more in a Champions League game this season (Julián Álvarez for Manchester City v Crvena Zvezda and Erling Haaland for the Citizens against Young Boys, both five), but Brahim Díaz’s 48th-minute finish proved the difference in Germany. Díaz has registered three goal involvements (two goals, one assist) in his last four appearances in this competition, one more than he managed in his previous 14 (two).

Madrid head coach Carlo Ancelotti will hope the attacking burden can be taken away from Díaz, Rodrygo and Vinícius Júnior on Wednesday, with Jude Bellingham returning in Sunday’s controversial 2-2 La Liga draw against Valencia after his ankle injury earlier in the month. Bellingham was sent off after the full-time whistle at the weekend for dissent towards the referee, who ended the game as the Madrid midfielder was heading Díaz’s right-wing centre in for what was thought to be a late winner.

Antonio Rüdiger and loanee striker Joselu have also recently returned from spells on the sidelines, though goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois and experienced centre-back pairing David Alaba and Éder Militão remain out.

Despite missing several key players, Madrid could achieve their longest ever winning run in a single campaign in the competition (also won their first seven in 2014-15, under Ancelotti) if they record an eighth successive win in this year’s Champions League on Wednesday.

The odds are in the hosts’ favour, too, considering Los Blancos have only failed to progress from one of their last 20 two-legged ties in the Champions League knockout stages after winning the first leg, with that sole instance coming against Ajax in 2018-19 in the round of 16 (won 2-1 away in the first leg, lost 4-1 in the second leg).

As for Tuesday’s visitors, Leipzig have been eliminated on the last two occasions when failing to win the first leg in a knockout stage tie in the competition, with both of those coming in the round of 16, against Liverpool in 2020-21 and Manchester City in 2022-23.

Leipzig forward Sesko impressed without scoring in the opening meeting and could become the youngest visiting player to score in a Champions League knockout stage game at the Bernabéu since Leroy Sané in March 2015, for Schalke as a 19-year-old.

The visitors found their shooting boots on Saturday at least, crushing Bochum in a 4-1 Bundesliga away victory as Dani Olmo, Loïs Openda and Yussuf Poulsen were all on target along with an Ivan Ordets own goal.

As for Marco Rose’s team news, Amadou Haidara has brushed off concerns over a knee injury to feature in recent weeks, unlike centre-back Lukas Klostermann who has been hampered by a persistent thigh issue. Makeshift cover Mohamed Simakan will be absent through suspension, too, though Leipzig will still have experienced captain Willi Orbán and returning goalkeeper Péter Gulácsi to call upon.

Real Madrid vs RB Leipzig Head-to-Head

Madrid have won two of their three games against Leipzig in the Champions League (L1), while the only previous meeting between the two sides at the Bernabéu ended in a 2-0 win for the home side (in the group stage in 2022-23).

This will be just Leipzig’s third away game against Spanish opposition in European competition. They were beaten in that most recent defeat to Madrid, while winning at Real Sociedad in the UEFA Europa League play-off round in 2021-22 (3-1).

Madrid have enjoyed facing German sides in this competition, though, recording their fifth victory in six away knockout games against such opposition in the Champions League (L1) with the first-leg triumph, after managing just one win in their previous 17 across the Champions League/European Cup (D4 L12).

Real Madrid vs RB Leipzig Form

Leipzig are without a clean sheet in each of their last 14 Champions League home games, since a 2-0 win over Istanbul Basaksehir in October 2020 in the group stages, leaving it all to do in the return leg at Madrid.

The Bundesliga side’s task will not be aided by the fact that Madrid have won each of their last seven games in the competition, their best winning streak since they managed 10 straight victories between April 2014 and February 2015.

Leipzig also haven’t won any of their last six games in the knockout stages of the Champions League (D1 L5), failing to score in five of those six – an issue that Rose will be desperate to fix.

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