FRANKFURT, Germany -- In one of the most startling developments in European football this season, newcomer RB Leipzig stormed to the top of the German Bundesliga on Friday by coming from behind twice to earn a 3-2 win at Bayer Leverkusen.In the process, Leipzig also set a Bundesliga record by staying undefeated in its first 11 matches after promotion. The team has won six straight games.Leipzig opened a three-point lead and will remain ahead at least until Saturday, when Bayern Munich has a tough match at Borussia Dortmund. Bayern needs to win to stay even on points with Leipzig.Leader, leader, shouted a group of Leipzig supporters after the final whistle.Leipzig fell behind a minute into the match but replied quickly and Willi Orban got the winner in the 81st minute.The teams got a great mentality, Leipzig coach Ralph Hasenhuettl said. We had a lot of confidence. Our win is not undeserved. It was simply great.Leipzig has taken 14 of its 27 points away from home and has the best record on the road.Before the match, about eight masked people stopped the bus carrying the Leipzig team to the stadium by falling to the ground and then throwing paint at the windshield. The assailants then fled, according to Leverkusen media director Meinolf Sprink.The Leipzig team has been the target of hostile actions by opposing fans, who object to the teams commercial links to Red Bull, an Austrian maker of energy drinks.Leipzig is a project created by Red Bull and its billionaire founder Dietrich Mateschitz, who bought and rebranded a local fifth-tier club in 2009. The booming former East German city had a stadium rebuilt for the World Cup in 2006 but had no team in the major leagues.Leipzigs links to Red Bull have led rival fans to consider it a test-tube team. The team bus has been stoned and Leipzig players are routinely the subject of derogatory chants. Earlier this month, a severed bulls head was thrown near the pitch during a match.But Leipzig has also won respect -- Bayern players and officials have said that they consider it a serious rival for the title.Ralf Rangnick, Leipzigs current sports director and coach until this season, has responded by saying, it is allowed to dream.The match got off to a fast start, with Leverkusen scoring one minute in. Julian Brandt broke through on the left flank unchallenged and sent a low cross to the far post, where Kevin Kampl tapped it in.It didnt take Leipzig long to recover and its pressure produced a corner. Emil Forsberg took it and Julian Baumgartlinger, under pressure from Marcel Sabitzer, saw the ball late as it hit him in the hip and bounced into the net for an own goal three minutes later.But the pace slowed down noticeably after the bright start and there were few chances on either side until Brandt scored deep into stoppage time. Hakan Calhanoglu sent a long ball to the edge of the area, Brandt controlled it well and fired into the roof of the net.Calhanoglu wasted a penalty in the 54th, after Stefan Ilsanker had upended Brandt. Calhanoglu took the spot shot but Peter Gulacsi dived to his left to parry.Forsberg equalized in the 67th, after a solo run down the middle, before firing from about 20 meters. Leverkusen goalkeeper Bernd Leno got his hand on the ball but could not keep it out.The winner came after Kampl could not control a ball in his half. Forsberg swung a cross to the far post, where Orban rose to head in the winner. http://www.giantsrookiestore.com/Giants-Carl-Banks-Jersey/ . The 27-year-old Scrivens will be joining his third NHL club since signing with the Toronto Maple Leafs as a free agent in 2010. The move also reunites with him with head coach Dallas Eakins from their time together with the American Hockey Leagues Toronto Marlies. http://www.giantsrookiestore.com/Giants-Jay-Bromley-Jersey/ . 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Luis Suarezs double powered Liverpool to a 4-0 victory over Fulham, and Southampton easily overcame Hull 4-1 to continue the south coast clubs impressive start to the season. Liverpool and Southampton sent Chelsea down to fourth place as the west London club was held to 2-2 at home. CLEVELAND -- The Cleveland Indians will attempt to complete a three-game sweep of the Kansas City Royals Thursday night, when the two teams meet for the final game of their three-game series.The first two games have both been one-run games. The Indians won Tuesday 2-1, and won 4-3 on Wednesday. Thursdays pitching matchup will be rookie right-hander Mike Clevinger (2-2, 4.76) for the Indians and Royals left-hander Jason Vargas (0-0, 3.00).It will be Clevingers ninth start and 15th appearance this year. Clevinger had been working out of the bullpen, but with the injuries to starters Carlos Carrasco and Danny Salazar, Clevinger is being moved back in the rotation, and could be a candidate to start in the postseason.This will be Clevingers first career appearance vs. the Royals. In seven appearances, four of them starts, at Progressive Field this year, Clevinger is 2-1 with a 3.52 ERA.Vargas will be making his second start since his return from Tommy John surgery. In his first start Sept 17 against the White Sox, he pitched three innings and gave up one run on two hits with a walk and one strikeout. That start was his first since July 21, 2015. In 12 career starts against the Indians, Vargas is 6-3 with a 4.70 ERA.As the 2016 regular season winds down, the two teams are headed in opposite directions. The reigning World Series champion Royals were eliminated from the AL Central Division race on Wednesday. Kansas City is still alive, barely, in the wild-card race.The Indians, meanwhile, are counting down to their first Central Division championship since 2007. Their win Wednesday reduced their magic number for clinching the division title to five.These are the kind of games you work in the offseason and in spring training to be able to play, said Indians pitcher Corey Kluber, who pitched into the seventh inning to win his 18th game on Wednesday.The Indians are iin first place in the Central Division, leading second-place Detroit by 7 1/2 games with 11 games to play.ddddddddddddWe know were in a good spot, but there is still work to do. Were just going to take it one game at a time, Kluber said.The Indians overall seem invigorated by their quest to win the division for the first time in nine years, but one Indians player who could clearly use a break is shortstop Francisco Lindor.Lindor played in his team-leading 150th game Wednesday night. Lindor also leads the Indians in plate appearances and at-bats. All that playing may be taking its toll. In his last 11 games, Lindor, who is in an 0-17 hitless streak, is hitting .077 (3-for-39), which has caused his season average to drop from .322 to .306. This is his first full season, and hes learning from it, manager Terry Francona said. You can tell hes a little tired, but hes still playing the heck out of shortstop.The Royals season has been hampered by numerous injuries to key players, and their late-game magic that was a big part of their success last year has not always been there this year.Wednesday night, for example, speedster Terrance Gore was inserted into the game as a pinch runner at first base, with the Royals trailing 4-3 in the ninth inning. Gore was 9-for-9 in stolen base attempts this year and 17-for-17 in his career, but he was thrown out at second for the first time in his career, by Cleveland catcher Roberto Perez.They had perfect execution. 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