RB Leipzig took their time to shine in this season's Champions League, but they record their first win in style. They have outclassed Club Brugge on their travels to give themselves a great chance of finishing third in Group A. From the first whistle, they were too quick and classy for their opponents and to have the game sewn up for half-time was some statement. Nkunku opened the scoring from close range before Forsberg scored from the spot after a clumsy challenge from Club Brugge defender N'Soki. Silva's header made it three, while Forsberg had time for a second on the stroke of half-time. Club Brugge coach Clement gave his side some fresh ideas by making changes at the break, and while they kept their opponents at bay for the majority of the half, Leipzig still grabbed a fifth as Nkunku bundled the ball home after Mignolet had saved Owusu's original shot.