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Levante missed a good chance to claim just a second victory of the season at home against 10-man Real Valladolid as they were held to a 1-1 draw.
All the big action came in the first half of the game, starting with Senegalese striker Baba putting Levante ahead with his first goal of the season. That goal came on 36 minutes, kick-starting the game into life.
Within six minutes, Javi Guerra had equalised for Valladolid, who themselves had taken just four points from their opening five games before Tuesday.
Zakarya Bergdich was then sent off for the away side and conceded a penalty in the process right on half-time, but Andreas Ivanschitz missed his spot-kick to send the sides in level at the break.
An onslaught for the entirety of the second half ensued as Levante sought to make their dominance count and take the extra two points, but a combination of wayward finishing and poor luck meant they were denied and had to settle for the draw.
On Target: 4-2