Mallorca: Aouate; Ratinho (Pau Cendros 80'),
Ramis, Nunes, Ayoze; Nsue, Martí, De Guzmán, Pereira;
Víctor (Joao Victor 75'), Cavenaghi (Webó 55'). 4-4-2.
Levante: Reina; Javi Venta, Nano (Robusté 54'), Ballesteros, Del Horno; Valdo (Caicedo 87'), Pallardó, Sergio, Juanlu; Stuani, Rafa Jordà (Rubén Suárez 77'). 4-4-2.
0-1. 26. Stuani. Steered far post header down past Aouate from Valdo's cross.
1-1. 64. Pereira. Ran on to Nsue's headed pass and clipped shot past Reina.
2-1. 84. Webó. Got above defence on near post to head in De Guzmán's corner.
Yellow cards: Reina 51', Pallardo 71', Ratinho 76', De Guzmán 89'.
Mallorca are up to seventh, level on points with sixth placed Atlético Madrid and eighth placed Sevilla, after coming from behind to beat Levante 2-1 on Monday night. Cavenaghi went close a couple of times and De Guzmán fired a shot against the bar in the opening minutes, but with just under half an hour on the clock Stuani headed the visitors in to the lead from Valdo's cross. Reina did well to save from Pereira and Víctor headed wide either side of half time, but twenty minutes in to the second half Nsue headed across a long ball in to the area for Pereira to turn a shot past the keeper and level the scores. Mallorca pushed for the winner, and with six minutes to go substitute Webó got above Ballestros on the near post to head De Guzmán's corner past Reina. Only nine goals from nine matches, but they have made them all count.