Raphael Dwamena has started life in Spain with a trophy with Levante after they defeated Albacete 6-5 on penalties, after the game had ended two all to win the Ciudad de Albacete Trophy in a pre-season friendly.

Levante scored the opener in the 27 minute through forward Jason, before they doubled the lead 12 minute later via Roger.

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Meanwhile, Jose Antonio Caro pulled one back with a minute to half time. In the second half, it was all Albacete, and 9 minutes to time Rey Manaj made it 2-2.

Raphael Dwamena was introduced in the 62 minute when he replaced goal scorer Roger.

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When the penalty rule was evoked, it was the La Liga side who emerged victors by scoring six while the lower tier side registered five of their kicks.

The 23 year old joined the Spanish side from Swiss club FC Zurich on a four year deal.