Levante: Diego Mariño; Pedro López (Iván López 42’), David Navarro, Feddal, Toño; Verza, Jefferson Lerma; Xumetra (Giuseppe Rossi 75’), Camarasa (Simao 65’), Morales; Deyverson. 4-2-3-1.
Las Palmas: Javi Varas; David Simón (El Zhar 79’), Aythami, David García, Dani Castellano; Roque, Valerón; Jonathan Viera, Tana (Araujo 76’), Wakaso; Willian José. 4-2-3-1.
1-0. 27. Morales. Turned ball into net after Varas pushed Verza free kick onto post.
2-0. 47. Deyverson. Ran on to shoot past keeper after Lerma headed ball onwards.
2-1. 49. Willian José. Shot past Mariño from edge of area after Tana laid ball back.
3-1. 64. Morales. Picked up ball on left of area and ran on to shoot across Varas.
3-2. 66. Willian José. Got on the end of Wakaso cross to steer ball in on far post.
Yellow cards: Roque 24’, Toño 43’, Javi Varas 56’, Deyverson 57’, 92’, Aythami 63’, Xumetra 75’, Wakaso 89’ / red cards: Deyverson 92’.
Bottom club Levante kept their hopes of salvation alive with a 3-2 victory over fellow strugglers Las Palmas on Monday evening. Results earlier in the weekend had left the Canary Islanders down in the bottom three, and they found themselves behind midway through the first half when Morales beat Javi Varas after the keeper had pushed a Verza free kick against the post. Deyverson made it two at the start of the second half, and although Willian José got one back almost immediately, Morales restored the two goal cushion a few minutes later. Once again Willian José replied for the visitors, but although Deyverson got himself sent off in injury time, Rubi’s team held on for a second home win in a row which takes them to within a point of their opponents in the table.