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US youngster Tyler Adams helps fire RB Leipzig into the Champions League semifinals

The 21-year-old's deflected shot in the 88th minute was enough to reestablish the German club's lead after João Felix's penalty had canceled out Dani Olmo's opener. RB Leipzig, in its current form, was founded just 11 years ago after Red Bull's billionaire founder took over German fifth division side SSV Markranstadt and the team has been climbing the footballing ladder ever since. It now has the chance to add another chapter to its incredible story when it faces PSG in the semifinals on Tuesday — after the French champion staged a stunning late comeback to defeat Atalanta 2-1 on Wednesday. "Great emotions for the club and our team. As a manager you have to look forward," RB Leipzig's 33-year-old coach Julian Nagelsmann told BT Sport after the match."We have to prepare for the next game. There's not a lot of time to celebrate but maybe we will have a beer in the hotel then we focus on PSG."The club (RB Leipzig) develops very fast since. We reached the Bundesliga and qualified for the Champions League three times. We're still in the Champions League. The progress is faster than usual."READ: Borussia Dortmund digs its heels to stop Manchester United signing Sancho

History made

Atletico Madrid may have been slight favorites going into the game against its German opponent, but the Spanish outfit failed to impress. It may have played without forward Angel Correa and defender Sime Vrsaljkowho, who both tested positive for the coronavirus, but had enough experience on the pitch to put in a better performance. The second-half introduction of Felix had appeared to give Atletico freshRead More – Source