MADRID (AP) — Robert Lewandowski earned and converted a late penalty to give Barcelona a 2-1 win at Osasuna in the Spanish league on Sunday.
The 86th-minute winner by Lewandowski came 10 minutes after substitute Chimy Ávila equalized for Osasuna. Barcelona defender Jules Koundé headed in the opening goal in first-half injury time.
Barcelona’s win kept it two points behind leader Real Madrid after four rounds.
The game in Pamplona included the debuts of João Cancelo and João Félix as second-half substitutes. The Portugal players joined Barcelona on loan deals just before the close of the summer transfer window on Friday night.
Osasuna played the final minutes with 10 men after Alejandro Catena earned a red card for his foul on Lewandowski with only goalkeeper Aitor Fernández to beat. Lewandowski's goal from the resulting penalty was his second of the season.
ATLETICO GAME POSTPONED
Atletico Madrid's home game against Sevilla scheduled for Sunday was postponed ahead of forecasts of heavy rain in central Spain, the Spanish league said.
The Spanish league said it postponed the match after considering the warnings from Spain's national weather service and the recommendation of Madrid’s municipal government.
Cristian “Portu” Portugués scored an 88th-minute winner to give Girona a 1-0 win over Las Palmas in his first game since returning to his former club.
The forward, who signed for Girona on Friday, had played for the Catalan club from 2016 to 2019 before stints with Real Sociedad and Getafe.
The undefeated Girona is the early surprise of the league and is level on points with Barcelona. Besides Las Palmas, Girona beat Sevilla and Getafe, and drew against Sociedad.
Also, Athletic Bilbao drew 0-0 at Mallorca.
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