Atlético Madrid have squandered their chance to go joint top of the Spanish league after a surprise 2-1 defeat at Las Palmas.
Having won their previous six league games, Atletico were a hot favourite to make it seven straight but second-half goals from Kirian Rodríguez and Benito Ramírez gave the home side a healthy lead.
Álvaro Morata pulled a goal back for the visitors with seven minutes remaining but it was not enough to salvage a point.
For Las Palmas the victory was their first win against Atlético this century. They had previously lost all of their last eight encounters between the sides.
The defeat was just the second all season for Diego Simeone's side and they remain in third place.
"Our run is over, which is a shame," Atlético keeper Jan Oblak said. "But now we need to lift our heads."
Las Palmas moved up to ninth. They have now won four of their last five league games.