Barcelona had looked set for victory after goals from substitutes Ansu Fati and Arthur had put them 2-1 up with less than half an hour to play.
However, the hosts equalised from the spot inside the last 10 minutes after Gerard Pique was penalised for handball.
“We leave feeling angry and p****d off. We’ve done the difficult part, which was coming back from Osasuna’s first goal, and in the end they equalise with a penalty. We’ve dropped two points.
”Osasuna pressed a lot in the first half and we struggled to get control of the ball, with their fans pushing them on a lot. They scored the chance which came their way. Now we have to think about our next games.”
Source | Movistar
Barcelona have won just one of their three La Liga games so far and may be relieved domestic football now gets put on hold for the first international break of the season.
The champions return to action against Valencia on September 14 and will hope to have captain Lionel Messi back for the visit of Los Che.