RB Leipzig and German star Timo Werner excellent form continues, as he breaks a new record in his club 2-2 draw against Fortuna Duesseldorf on Wednesday night.
Kelvin Kampl opened the scoring in the 60 minutes of the game through an assist from Dayot Upamecano to break the deadlock, before Timo Werner scored in the 63rd minutes to make it 2-0 through an assist from Marcel Halstenberg.
Steven Skrzybski scored the consolation goal for the away team in the 87th minutes, to make it 2-1 before Andre Hoffmann scored an injury time equalizer in the 90th minutes to make it 2-2.
Werner have now scored the total number of 26 goals in the German Bundesliga, his highest ever.
Also Timo Werner is the first German player to score 26+ goals in a single Bundesliga season since Mario Gomez (26) in 2011/12.
The Germany international has now scored the total number of twenty six goals in the German Bundesliga, five behind Bayern Munich star Robert Lewandowski.
Timo Werner has been linked with a move away from German Bundesliga giants in the coming transfer window with Chelsea football club of England believed to be leading the race.