Celta Vigo win 3-1 against 10-man to reach round five of the Copa del Rey.
Fabian Orellana scored in stoppage time to see Celta Vigo through to the fifth round of the Copa del Rey with a 3-1 win over 10-man Las Palmas this evening.
The Galicians, who had a 2-1 deficit to overturn after a first-leg defeat in the Canary Islands, started brightly as Santi Mina and Michael Krohn-Dehli had early efforts saved by Raul.
Celta made their breakthrough on 19 minutes as Joaquin Larrivey managed to turn Alex Lopez's cross into the bottom right corner of the Las Palmas net.
The hosts took the lead on aggregate early in the second half as Nolito teed up Mina, who coolly beat Raul from close range.
However, Paco Herrera's men levelled the tie moments later as David Simon crossed for Nauzet Aleman to head past Ruben Blanco in the Celta goal.
Las Palmas were forced to play the final quarter of the game with 10 men after Aythami was dismissed for a second bookable offence.
The visitors thought they had forced extra time until Orellana crept up in the second minute of stoppage time to give the Galicians victory.