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After a period of possession football, Herrera attempts to release the advanced Felipe, but slightly over-cooks his pass and Leipzig have the free-kick.
It is a desperate poor delivery from Forsberg and Porto deal with the danger easily, subsequently launching a counter-attack. However, Aboubakar loses the ball on the right.
Porto concede a cheap free-kick as Felipe fouls Forsberg on the right channel. This is a situation with potential for Leipzig. Forsberg is over the ball Leipzig have been well on top, but a defensive lapse has allowed Porto back into the game.
Goal Porto are level, scoring with their first serious attack of the night! Felipe was allowed to out-jump his marker too easily. Assist Felipe Augusto de Almeida Monteiro.
Leipzig have clearly taking confidence from their pulsating win over Dortmund on Sunday - they have completely comindated the opening quarter of an hour.
Bruma collects the ball in a wide area, cuts inside and plays the ball to the feet of Marcel Sabitzer. What a start for the hosts!
Augustin, full of confidence, spins away from a couple of defenders - leaving Ivan Marcano on the floor - before rifling a shot at goal which Sa does well to push behind for a corner.
Leipzig are well on top at the moment. Well, well, well, Sergio Conceicao must be wondering why he left Casillas on the bench. Surely the veteran goalkeeper would have dealt with the situation much better.
The referee tonight is Paolo Tagliavento of Italy. They finally record their first shot on target, but it is high and wide from Emil Forsberg who looks to the ground after seeing his effort from 25 yards sail into row Z.
RB Leipzig, in their traditional white and red home strip, hope tonight is the night they record their first ever European victory. Their record away to Bundesliga clubs since then is D1 L3.
The first ever meeting between RB Leipzig and Porto is underway, with the hosts taking kick off. The sides are making their way out onto the pitch, meaning we are only minutes from kick-off.
Porto have dropped Iker Casillas to the bench with Jose Sa surprisingly taking his place between the sticks.
The year-old played in the Portuguese Cup match at the weekend in only his sixth appearance with the first team. There are few other notable changes for the visitors who again lead with Vincent Aboubakar in attack.
He will be hoping to add to his tally of eight goals this season. The hosts make three changes to the team that overcame Dortmund with captain Willi Orban, Swedish star Emil Forsberg and right-back Lukas Klostermann coming into the starting line-up.
The big surprise is the exclusion of top-scorer Timo Werner, who is on the bench, with Jean-Kevin Augustin and Marcel Sabitzer playing up front.
RB Leipzig XI RB Leipzig are winless in Group G after two games, having drawn with Monaco in the opening match and losing at Besiktas last time out.
Emil Forsberg RB Leipzig right footed shot from the centre of the box to the bottom right corner. Assisted by Marcel Sabitzer with a through ball.
Vincent Aboubakar FC Porto left footed shot from the left side of the six yard box to the bottom left corner. Before the tournament kicked off in September, many were tipping Monaco and RB Leipzig to be dark horses in the competition.
After two matchdays, though, both sides find themselves languishing in the third and fourth spots in the group with only a solitary point each to their name.
At this point of the proceedings, time is running out for the East German club who must take all three points on Tuesday night if they are to have a realistic chance of making it into the last 16 of the competition.
So far, though, they have looked lacklustre—giving away a cheap equaliser at home against Monaco through a Peter Gulacsi mistake, before being completely overwhelmed by the atmosphere in Vodafone Park.
Where their league form has also peaked and troughed, Die Roten Bullen will be hoping that their recent victory over league leaders will give them enough momentum to propel them to a win against their Portuguese opponents.
A win at the Red Bull Arena would put clean air between Porto and their German opposition, setting them up as favourites to climb out of the group and into the knock-out stages.
Sitting relatively comfortably at the top of Primeira Liga, Porto will go into this match with a positive mindset.
With their group quickly morphing from looking like a potential group of death to looking very winnable, they will be looking to take the initiative in Germany and put Leipzig under pressure for the return leg in November.
If they can reach the half-way mark with a five-point gap between themselves and their opponents, then Porto will feel favourites for second place.