Levante were held to 2-2 draw by Real Valladolid down on Friday at Ciutat de Valencia. With both teams drawing in their previous fixtures, they were keen to pick up points. Levante arrived with the intention of increasing their league score following a disappointing 2-2 draw with Cádiz in their previous game. Real Valladolid secured a point against Elche in their previous match. As things stand, Levante are in 10th place on the table and has 23 points while Real Valladolid sit in 15th with 20 points after 20 matches.
After an uneventful first half, Levante took the initiative in the second half, beginning with a goal from Dani Gomez in the 62nd minute. However, they didn't maintain the lead for long though, an equalizer from a goal from Ruben Alcaraz, 73 minutes in brought Real Valladolid level. Later, Real Valladolid scored again thanks to a goal from Oscar Plano, 78 minutes in to establish the 2-1. However, their lead was short lived, with an equalizer from a Roger Marti, 83 minutes in brought Levante level. The game ended a 2-2 draw.
For Levante, Son, Sergio Leon, Gonzalo Melero, Ruben Rochina and Enis Bardhi came on for Toni Villa, Fabian Orellana and Oscar Plano, while Valladolid replaced Kuki Zalazar, Pablo Hervias and Kike Perez with Toni Villa, Fabian Orellana and Oscar Plano.
The referee booked Toni Villa for Real Valladolid.
Levante will next travel to Real Madrid, while Real Valladolid will face Huesca at home.
|Levante:||Aitor Fernandez, Jorge Miramon (Enis Bardhi, min.84), Oscar Duarte, Ruben Vezo, Carlos Clerc, Jorge De Frutos Sebastian (Son, min.64), Mickael Malsa (Gonzalo Melero, min.78), Nemanja Radoja, Jose Luis Morales (Ruben Rochina, min.84), Dani Gomez (Sergio Leon, min.78) and Roger Marti|
|Real Valladolid:||Jordi Masip, Luis Perez, Bruno Gonzalez, Joaquin Fernandez, Nacho Martinez, Fabian Orellana (Pablo Hervias, min.63), Ruben Alcaraz, Toni Villa (Kuki Zalazar, min.63), Michel Herrero, Oscar Plano (Kike Perez, min.89) and Shon Weissman|
|Stadium:||Ciutat de Valencia|
|Goals:||Dani Gomez (1-0, min. 62), Ruben Alcaraz (1-1, min. 73), Oscar Plano (1-2, min. 78) and Roger Marti (2-2, min. 83)|