BARCELONA, Spain (AP) -- Manucho's late winner gave Valladolid a 2-1 victory at Rayo Vallecano in the Spanish league Sunday in an entertaining match in which Rayo defender Jordi Amat scored at both ends.
Also, striker Iago Aspas scored one goal and set up another to lead to Celta Vigo a 2-1 victory over Granada, giving coach Abel Resino a winning debut.
Valladolid went close when midfielder Lluis Sastre hit the bar just before halftime and went ahead in the 72nd by Amat heading a free kick into his own net while trying to clear the ball.
Less than a minute later, however, Amat equalized for the hosts with a long-range lob that goalkeeper Dani Hernandez was able to get his fingertips on but failed to keep the ball out of his net.
Midfielder Alberto Bueno set up Valladolid's 80th-minute winner when he stole the ball, dribbled forward to draw in both the goalkeeper and the last defender, before sliding the ball for to Manucho to finish off the counterattack.
Raul Tamudo went on late for his first minutes since returning to Rayo this winter, and the veteran striker almost snatched a draw if it hadn't been for Hernandez's reflex save to parry his header in stoppage time.
Valladolid ended a four-game winless run and moved into 11th place. Rayo stayed in seventh after losing for the first time in five home matches.
"Rayo is a great team and is having an excellent season," said Valladolid coach Miroslav Djukic. "It was a tough blow for us when they drew level, but my team overcame it and played a very complete match."
At Balaidos Stadium, Aspas pounced on a loose ball and chipped it over onrushing goalkeeper Antonio "Tono" Rodriguez to open in the 24th with his ninth goal this season and first in seven games.
Granada striker Odion Ighalo hit right back for the visitors four minutes later by acrobatically sweeping Allan Nyom's cross into the net, but Aspas flicked on a pass for Mario Bermejo to score in the 81st and earn the three points.
Celta's first win in seven rounds lifted it to within two points of safety. Resino took over from the fired Paco Herrera earlier this week.
Later, second-place Atletico Madrid hosts Espanyol, while Malaga visits Real Betis.