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David Moyes was denied his maiden away win as Real Sociedad boss and the club's first in the Primera Division since April as they drew 1-1 at Levante after conceding a stoppage-time penalty.

Sociedad led from the 48th minute when Sergio Canales converted from Xabi Prieto's cross.

But they missed out on all three points thanks to Andreas Ivanschitz's spot-kick in the 92nd minute following a handball by Carlos Martinez.

Former Manchester United manager Moyes' tenure at the Basque outfit has now taken in seven games in all competitions, with his record standing at one loss, four draws and two victories - only one of the wins coming in the league.

The Scot's men remain 14th in the table, level on points with 15th-placed Levante.

In a first half in which both sides struggled to carve out opportunities, David Barral shot too high for the hosts before Pablo Hervias sent the ball into the arms of Diego Marino from the left flank at the other end.

Sociedad began the second half with a bang as Canales met Prieto's right-wing delivery in the box and produced a right-footed finish past Marino.

Levante looked to respond quickly and a shot from Victor went wide of the post before Mohamed Sissoko went closer to equalising, heading against the bar from Nikos Karabelas' cross just after the hour mark.

Further efforts from Jose Luis Morales, Ivanschitz and Ivan Lopez did little to trouble Geronimo Rulli.

But the Sociedad goalkeeper was beaten at the death after Martinez was penalised and Ivanschitz made no mistake with a powerful strike from the spot.

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