Celta: Yoel; Hugo Mallo, David Costas,
Fontàs, Toni; Krohn-Dehli (Alex López 46'), Oubiña,
Rafinha; Santi Mina (David Rodríguez 82'), Charles, Nolito (Orellana
Levante: Keylor Navas; Pedro López, Héctor Rodas, David Navarro, Juanfran; Diop, Simao; Xumetra, Rubén García (El Zhar 46'), Ivanschitz (Vyntra 60'); Babá Diawara (Barral 71'). 4-2-3-1.
0-1. 88. Diop. First time shot past Yoel after Juanfran free kick came back off wall.
Yellow cards: Rafinha 81', Xumetra 83', Orellana 88'.
Levante beat Celta 0-1 on Monday evening, a result which takes the Valencia based side up to ninth after a run of four away games without defeat. A heavy rainstorm in Vigo made play difficult, but the locals adapted better to the conditions, Krohn-Dehli, Charles and Santi Mina all testing Keylor Navas, and Nolito and Mina firing shots wide. The storm caused a twenty minute power cut at the start of the second half, but when play resumed the home side continued to dominate, Nolito going close with a free kick and Mina, Charles and Orellana all wasting chances. Up to that point Yoel had only had to make a couple of relatively comfortable saves, but with two minutes to go Juanfran's free kick ballooned off the defensive wall, and Diop struck a first time volley past the keeper to steal away the three points. Celta ended the weekend in next to bottom spot after a fourth defeat in a row, and coach Luis Enrique is already under pressure to turn things around.