Real Mallorca’s midfield veteran “Silver Fox” Salva Sevilla snaffled a 90th minute equaliser, his first goal of the season, to move the islanders further up the play-off places and into fifth place. This game wasn’t for the purist, in fact it was awful, but the late goal from Sevilla could be worth its weight in gold. It looked like Mallorca had bottled the chance to take advantage of Malaga and Deportivo losing on Saturday, but in this league, where the bottom sides are winning and the top teams are dropping points on the run-in, Mallorca somehow snatched a draw from the jaws of defeat. Numancia, with an impressive home record, went ahead with a flukey opener after just seven minutes. A free kick (one of the many for the home side in the first half) saw Marc Mateu’s effort cannon off the legs of Joan Sastre. In his attempt to clear the ball, he deflected it into his own net. Sastre has been poor of late and I feel it’s time for coach Moreno to bring back Fran Gamez. He did appear for a tiring Salva Ruiz in the 79th minute and was part of Mallorca's second half resurgence.