Crazy scenes unfolded at the El Sadar stadium as a 10-man Barcelona scored two goals in the second half against Osasuna to take a five-point lead in La Liga. Osasuna opened the scoring in the sixth minute when David Garcia scored from a corner to put the hosts in front. To add to Barcelona’s misery, star striker Robert Lewandowski picked up his second yellow of the night in the 30th minute and was sent off. The visitors went into halftime with 10 men and a goal to chase. But a spirited performance in the second half saw Barcelona stage an incredible comeback. Pedri levelled for the visitors in the 48th minute, and Raphinha scored from a long ball from Frenkie De Jong in the 85th minute to put them ahead.
We’ve broken down all the key stats for you to digest, including;
* shot maps
* xG (expected goals)
* pass networks
* positional attacks
* defensive duels
* average positions and much more!
We also try to answer some questions for you with the visuals;
How did Osasuna lose after having more positional attacks? How did Barcelona win with a lower xG?