Levante striker Raphael Dwamana has lauded his teammates for their spirited performance in the 2-2 draw with city-rivals Valencia on Sunday.
Granotas had to play the last quarter of the match with ten men after right back Coke was sent off for two yellow cards.
This was before Dani Parejo had converted a penalty to draw Valencia level at 2-2.
Levante twice took the lead but allowed Valencia to claw back and earn a share of the spoils.
Dwamena replaced Ghana international teammate Emmanuel Boateng in the 69 minute.
''It was a great game, great derby. More fans. I think we put on our best performance today so far,'' the summer signing said after his first derby Valencia
''Derby is always special and today we had the point. Even though we didn't win, we got an important point so it's very good.''
I spoke to Levante's new Ghanaian signing @RaphaelDwamena after the Valencian derby 🇬🇭
He came on for the last part of the 2-2 draw.
— La Liga Lowdown 🧡🇪🇸⚽ (@LaLigaLowdown) September 2, 2018