Mallorca, back in action after Thursday night's draw at home to Osasuna, travelled to Valladolid, a side in the lower half of La Liga.
Budimir might have put Mallorca ahead on 17 minutes after being put through by a fine Dani Rodríguez pass, and Mallorca had arguably had the better of things before going a goal down on 39 minutes, when Joaquín Fernández scored following a Valladolid corner.
Three minutes after the break, a mix-up between centre-back Raíllo and goalkeeper Fabricio led to the keeper fouling Valladolid's number nine, Enes Üdal, who converted the penalty to put the home side two-up. Fabricio made up for this ten minutes later in preventing Plano from adding a third.
Mallorca seemed to run out of ideas and offered no threat. Valladolid confirmed their superiority in added time, substitute Sandro Ramírez making it three-nil.
Mallorca were very poor in the second half and sit in seventeenth place, with Celta Vigo, two points below them, playing later at home to Getafe.