Joaquin Caparros mused that Levante had their chances to defeat Granada, so the Sunday evening loss has left them frustrated.
After Nabil El Zhar’s first-half penalty miss, this Week 12 fixture appeared to be heading for a goalless resolution, before Piti’s last-minute winner for the visitors.
“It was a weird game, in which the best players in each team were the goalkeepers,” considered Caparros afterwards.
“The players in the dressing room are upset because the draw would have been worth a little more.
“Now I will not get into what could have been because the result is what counts. We can only clench our fists.
“They have had more control of the ball but also more fortune. We lost when we had a point and now we just keep working.
“There is a lot of equality in this League so when you get a point you have to value it, because it is difficult to get points in this League.
“In the second half, we have been more aggressive, but in the first we created chances and Roberto has made two good saves. They have played well and competed, it was clear that they had prepared well.”