A last-minute goal from Isaac Success has handed Granada a shock 1-1 draw with travelling Valencia in La Liga this evening, with Alvaro Negredo originally putting the visitors ahead with just seven minutes to play.
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The game's first chance fell to Valencia in the 13th minute and Negredo should have done a little better as he sent a header over the crossbar from Antonio Barragan's cross.
Granada sought to hit back when Juan Carlos broke down the flank and turned in a delivery for the on-rushing Youssef El-Arabi, but he guided his header wide of the right post with the keeper looking shaken.
Negredo was back for the visitors just before half time as the striker tried to guide Andre Gomes's headed pass towards goal, only to see his attempt fly wide without troubling the goalkeeper.
The Manchester City loanee was by far the best player on the pitch throughout a rather drab second half, with the Spaniard drilling an effort into the post as he looked to fire across the face of goal.
Valencia were thankful for their striker's eventual accuracy as he finally found what looked to be a winner seven minutes from time with a finish into the top-right corner.
Their task got tougher just three minutes later, however, as Paco Alcacer lashed out at Carlos and was shown a straight red card to leave the visitors with just 10 men.
The visitors couldn't hold out, with Success showing up with just one minute to play as he tapped in from close range after being picked out by Dimitri Foulquier.