Osasuna: Andrés Fernández; Marc
Bertrán, Loties, Arribas, Damià; Puñal, Gato Silva; Sisi
(Cejudo 79'), De las Cuevas (Ariel Nuñez 56'), Armenteros; Oriol Riera
(Omwu 67'). 4-2-3-1.
Levante: Keylor Navas; Pedro López, Héctor Rodas, Vyntra (El Adoua 50'), Juanfran; Diop, Simao; Chris Lell (Xumetra 46'), El Zhar (Ivanschitz 75'), Rubén García; Babá Diawara. 4-2-3-1.
0-1. 87. Xumetra. Following up after Andrés saved Diop's penalty kick.
Yellow cards: Vyntra 10', Puñal 39', Héctor Rodas 42', Gato Silva 45', Sisi 55', Arribas 71', Cejudo 85', 90', Loties 86' / red cards: Cejudo 90'.
Levante clocked up a last minute 0-1 victory at Osasuna in this weekend's Sunday mid-day game to move up to ninth in the table, and leave their hosts in next to bottom spot. The Pamplona based side had only won once at home all season, but they got off to a confident start, Oriol Riera fluffing his shot when free on goal and Riera, De las Cuevas and Armenteros all being frustrated by an excellent Keylor Navas. Babá missed a couple of chances later in the first half though, and soon after the restart he got the ball in the net only for the strike to be ruled out by referee José Antonio Teixeira for a more than dubious offside. Both teams had chances after that, but with four minutes to go Teixeira awarded a hotly disputed penalty to the visitors. Andrés dived to his left to save Diop's spot kick, but Xumetra reacted quicker than anyone to turn the rebound in to the net, and soon afterwards a frustrated Cejudo got himself sent off after picking up two bookings within ten minutes of coming on as substitute.