Barcelona is back in comeback and won 2-1 in Osasuna after Lewandowski was sent off

MADRID: Pedri and Rafinha scored in the second half when Barcelona won 2-1 in Osasuna’s home in the Spanish Primera Division on Tuesday after Robert Lewandowski was sent off in the first half. David Garcia led the hosts in lead with a header after a corner kick in the 6 ‘, and Lewandowski was sent off in the 31’ after receiving two yellow cards. Also Gerard Pique, who was sitting in bench, was sent off after protesting against the referee. Pedri equalized after a rebound in goal, before substitute Rafinha sealed the win five minutes from time with a superb header on the keeper. Barcelona secured the lead ahead of the start of the World Cup holiday, with 37 points, five ahead of second-placed Real Madrid, who host Cadiz last Thursday in classification. Osasuna is in sixth place and has 23 points. (Reuters)