Robert Lewandowski’s late penalty secures Barcelona’s victory over Osasuna

    Robert Lewandowski scored the winner from the penalty spot in the 85th minute as Barcelona triumphed 2-1 in La Liga against 10-man Osasuna on Sunday.

    The Spanish champions were on the losing side against El Sadar for a long time, but Jules Kunde put them ahead in injury time in the first half.

    Cimi Avila seemed to give the hosts a well-deserved point in the 76th minute, but Alejandro Catena was sent off for pulling Lewandowski into the box, and the Pole scored a penalty.

    Elsewhere, Porto scored in the 88th minute to give Girona a 1-0 victory over Las Palmas to leave them second, two points behind Real Madrid, while ” Mallorca and Athletic Bilbao played a goalless draw.

    Kylian Mbappé scored twice as French champions Paris Saint-Germain took a 4-1 victory over troubled Lyon in Ligue 1.

    Ashraf Hakimi and Marco Asensio also scored at the Groupama stadium as PSG added to the suffering of under-fire home coach Laurent Blanc.

    As a result, Lyon remained in last place in the table with one point from four games.

    They were overtaken by Clermont, who took their first point of the season, fighting back 2–0 to draw 2–2 against Toulouse with their last breath. Florent Ogier equalized in injury time.

    Metz and Reims also drew 2–2, Le Havre beat Lorient 3–0, Lille beat Montpellier 1–0 and Nice thrashed Strasbourg 2–0.

    Lautaro Martinez scored twice as Inter Milan climbed to the top of Serie A with a convincing 4-0 victory over Fiorentina at the San Siro.

    Markus Thuram and Hakan Çalhanoğlu, who converted penalties, also scored as Inter maintained their 100 per cent start to the season.

    Juventus continued their unbeaten start by beating Empoli 2-0. Danilo and Federico Chiesa scored in each half.

    Nemanja Radonic scored the winner in stoppage time as Torino beat Genoa 1-0 and Lecce beat Salernitana 2-0.

    In Germany, Benjamin Sesko scored twice in the last five minutes to complete RB Leipzig’s 3-0 victory over 10-man Union Berlin.

    Javi Simons opened the scoring in the 51st minute and Union’s hopes of a comeback were dashed when Kevin Volland was sent off just after the hour.

    Niels Nkunku fired in the 87th minute to clear a Florian Kainz penalty to give Eintracht Frankfurt a 1-1 home draw against Cologne.

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