Levante's players celebrate after they scored against Atletico Madrid during their Spanish first division soccer match at the Ciudad de Valencia stadium in Valencia May 4, 2014. (REUTERS/Heino Kalis)
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With two games left, Atletico lead on 88 points, three ahead of second-placed Barca. Real Madrid, on 83 points in third, have a game in hand, at Real Valladolid Wednesday.A Real win would have put them level on 85 points with second-placed Barca with a game in hand but they stayed third on 83 points with three games left.Parejo, a former Real player, smashed in a loose ball to restore the visitors' lead six minutes later as Valencia looked to become the first team to win at both Real and Barca in the same season since Real Mallorca in 2002-03 .
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