Super Eagles hopeful Ademola Lookman was on parade for RB Leipzig on Wednesday when they took on Hertha Berlin in a Bundesliga clash.
The former Charlton Athletic and Everton forward was introduced in the second half for Olmo but failed to impress once again.
Hertha opened the scoring when Liverpool loanee Marko Grujic volleyed in from Marvin Plattenhardt’s corner.
Leipzig equalized hit back through Lukas Klostermann’s glancing header from a delivered corner kick.
Leipzig took the first for the time in the game after Patrik Schick made it 2-1, but Hertha restored parity through Krzysztof Piatek’s 82nd-minute penalty after Ademola Lookman fouled Matheus Cunha on the box.
The draw cost RB Leipzig a chance to go second in the Bundesliga table above Borussia Dortmund on goal difference, but it means they are two points behind Dortmund and nine adrift of leaders Bayern Munich.
Meanwhile, Hertha Berlin, who move up to 10th on the log, will host Augsburg on Saturday, while RB Leipzig will travel to Cologne on Monday.