Real Madrid and Barca win in La Liga

Luka Jovic (L) scored in Real Madrid's 4-1 comeback win over Osasuna in Spain's La Liga

Real Madrid have come from behind to thrash Osasuna 4-1 and maintain their place at the top of Spain's La Liga.

Later on Sunday, Barcelona twice fought back from a goal down to overcome Real Betis to be three points off the pace in second place.

A lone Raul de Tomas earned bottom-side Espanyol their first home win of the campaign against 18th-placed Real Mallorca while Celta Vigo are out of the drop zone after a Pione Sisto goal in stoppage time earned them a 2-1 comeback win over fifth-placed Sevilla.

Real Sociedad beat Athletic Bilbao 2-1 in a Basque derby to move up to sixth and the second Europa League spot.

Osasuna took the lead against Real through Unai Garcia's header after 14 minutes but Isco volleyed home and Sergio Ramos headed in from close range to send the visitors to the break in the lead.

Substitutes Lucas Vazquez and Luka Jovic wrapped up the win for Zinedine Zidane's side with late goals

"In the end it was a very, very difficult game at a place it's really hard to play at, they made it tough for us today but we did it," Zidane said.

"We defended well and we controlled their strengths well, we're in a good moment and the players made chances to score (so) we got four goals at a difficult ground, to take the three points."

In a thrilling clash at the Benito Villamarin, Sergio Canales sent Betis ahead from the penalty spot after Clement Lenglet's handball, but Frenkie de Jong levelled after a fine Lionel Messi pass.

Nabil Fekir restored Betis's lead with a low drive but Sergio Busquets converted after Barca captain Messi found him with a free-kick on the stroke of halftime.

Argentine maestro Messi's free-kick set up Lenglet for the winning goal with a towering header from the defender.

Fekir was dismissed for two yellow cards in the space of a few seconds and Lenglet received his second booking minutes later as both teams ended the game with 10 men.

Alexander Isak impressed for Sociedad as they beat Athletic with the Swedish striker coming off the bench to set up Portu, with Inaki Williams levelling for the visitors in San Sebastian.

Isak then scored the winner by firing home after his first effort was saved, with Iker Muniain sent off in the final stages for Athletic.