Real Madrid fought back from a goal down to win 4-1 at Osasuna and at least briefly extend their lead at the top of La Liga to six points. Zinedine Zidane handed Gareth Bale his first league start in over a month and he played 71 minutes of a victory inspired by first-half goals from Isco and Sergio Ramos. Lucas Vazquez and Luka Jovic added gloss to the scoreline with late strikes and Madrid can now sit back and watch how Quique Setien’s Barcelona fare against his old club Real Betis later on Sunday evening. Osasuna were excellent in the opening exchanges and were rewarded in the 14th minute when Ruben Garcia found his namesake Unai Garcia, who headed in. It was the first goal Madrid had conceded on the road in La Liga since 15 December and they remained on the ropes for a while, but eventually responded in Pamplona with Bale’s influence growing. The Welshman played a role in the leveller with 33 played when he saw a shot deflect into the path of Isco and the midfielder volleyed home with aplomb. Five minutes later and the turnaround was complete when Zidane watched Ramos head home from a corner. Luka Modric’s cross was nodded across goal by Casemiro and Madri...