Atletico Madrid suffered a slip-up in the LaLiga title race as the leader was held to a 1-1 draw by Levante after a remarkable miss from Angel Correa.
Diego Simeone's men fell behind in an open contest as Enis Bardhi struck first for Levante in the 17th minute.
Marcos Llorente's deflected strike drew Atletico level eight minutes before half-time but, following Correa's astonishing miss in the second half, the visitors were left to settle for a point.
Its advantage over rival Real Madrid stands at six points and Atletico still has a game in hand. Simeone, however, will likely be disappointed at this missed opportunity in a season where the title is theirs for the taking.
All that came of an energetic start from Atletico was a header from Luis Suarez that looped wide and it was soon punished for sloppy play in midfield.
After Atletico lost possession just inside their own half, Jorge de Frutos surged forward and slid an excellent pass into Bardhi to slot home.
The host saw chances to double the lead go begging as Roger Marti fired narrowly over the crossbar and Jose Luis Morales could only produce a tame effort at the end of a well-worked attack.
And it was made to pay as Saul Niguez forced Aitor Fernandez to turn behind for a corner, from which Llorente's long-range effort was deflected past the goalkeeper by Rober Pier.
Two Fernandez saves in quick succession denied first Suarez and then Llorente to prevent Atletico completing the turnaround before half-time, though Correa should have done so shortly after the restart.
The goal was at his mercy after Fernandez made a fingertip save from Suarez, but Correa could only succeed in blazing high over the open goal.
Llorente went close to doubling his tally as Atletico ramped up the pressure, yet they failed to find the decisive goal and Levante hung on for a draw that will offer some hope to Madrid and Barcelona.