Dec 14, 2013 at 3pm UK at ​Reyno de Navarra
Real Madrid
Riera (16', 39')
Arribas (11'), Cejudo (26'), Damia (35'), Torres (45'), Silva (75')
Silva (80')
FT(HT: 2-1)
Isco (45'), Pepe (80')
Pepe (20'), Ramos (32')
Ramos (44')

Result: Real Madrid earn draw in 10-a-side clash with Osasuna

Real Madrid come back from 2-0 down to draw with Osasuna in La Liga.

Real Madrid fought back from 2-0 down to secure a 2-2 draw with Osasuna in La Liga in a match that saw both sides have a player sent off.

Cristiano Ronaldo and Luka Modric both caused problems for the home defence on, but it was Isco who had the first chance for the visitors, dragging his shot just wide from a Ronaldo cross in the 11th minute.

However, it was Osasuna who broke the deadlock just five minutes later. Marc Bertran caught the Real defence out with a deep ball in for Oriol Riera, who put a powerful header past Diego Lopez.

The striker added his second of the match with another header five minutes before half time, pouncing after Lopez punched the ball away from a Javi Arribas strike.

Osasuna's goalkeeper Andres Fernandez celebrates a goal during the Spanish league football match Osasuna vs Real Madrid at the Reyno de Navarra in Pamplona on December 14, 2013© Getty Images

Madrid were reduced to 10 men just a couple of minutes later when Sergio Ramos, who had been booked earlier in the game, elbowed Roberto Torres in an off-the-ball incident.

Despite the sending-off, Carlo Ancelotti's side immediately responded, as Isco managed to drill the ball in low from a Ronaldo delivery just before the half-time whistle.

Chances were hard to come by at the start of the second half, but Torres came close to restoring Osasuna's two-goal advantage in the 64th minute with a low ball in towards Riera, but Xavi Alonso made the clearance.

The visitors had a chance to get back on level terms 10 minutes from full time when Francisco Silva clattered into Ronaldo, earning himself his second yellow card of the game and making the contest 10-a-side.

From the resulting free kick, Pepe managed to get his head to the ball at close range to nod in the equalising goal.

The visitors pressed hard for a winner in the closing minutes of the clash, but Osasuna got numbers back to defend to ensure that honours finished even.

Isco of Real Madrid celebrates after scoring Real's 3rd goal during the La Liga match between Real Madrid CF and Athletic Club Bilbao at estadio Santiago Bernabeu on September 1, 2013
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