European roundup: Leipzig end Union’s home run, Inter put four past Fiorentina | European club football

RB Leipzig struck three times in the second half to beat 10-man Union Berlin 3-0 on Sunday, ending their opponents’ club-record unbeaten run at home.

Benjamin Sesko, on as a substitute, scored twice in two minutes late in the game after Xavi Simons had put the visitors ahead with a spectacular drive. Union, who had summer signing Kevin Volland sent off, fell to their first league defeat at the Alte Försterei stadium in 24 matches.

After a low-key first half, Simons broke the deadlock in the 51st minute, finding enough space on the edge of the box to fire an unstoppable shot into the top…


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