Real Madrid were unable to hit the heights, in terms of goals, Barcelona and Paris St-Germain managed this weekend but Zinedine Zidane's side have three more points. Many thanks for your company.
- Real Madrid third in La Liga
- Ramos scores and is later sent off
- Zinedine Zidane's side trail leaders Barcelona by 12 points
So, Real Madrid move four points behind second-placed Atletico Madrid but trail leaders Barcelona by 12 points with nine matches to go.
Las Palmas, despite the result, will be confident of staying up even though their three-match winning run is over. Their next game is away to Real Sociedad next Sunday.
Job done by Real Madrid but only just. Las Palmas will be desperately disappointed they could not see it out after equalising so late.
Free-kick to Las Palmas but Momo's set-piece is punched clear by Keylor Navas
Three additional minutes
Another late twist to this extraordinary game as Sergio Ramos, who scored his side's first goal, is sent off for a second yellow card.
Real Madrid will play the final moments with 10 men.
Real Madrid get their noses back in front as Casemiro heads home from a corner.
Las Palmas can't believe it.
They've done it!
Las Palmas get the equaliser their play deserves as Willian Jose equalises with a composed finish inside the area against his former club following Momo's delicisous pass.
Real Madrid's next game is at home to Sevilla, who are pushing for the top four finish, next Sunday. Whether this performance will appease their fans remains to be seen. There was tension in the stands at the last game at the Bernabeu.
Time running out for Las Palmas, who have played better than their position in the table suggests. They've making Real work to the bitter end.
Gareth Bale departs the field without scoring. On come Jese.
In the build-up to the free-kick another Las Palmas player was booked - Jonathan Viera for delaying.
Chaos inside the Real Madrid penalty area. The visitors concede a controversial free-kick after Alvaro Arbeloa is accused of passing back to his keeper who picks the ball up. Replays suggest Nabil El Zhar got the final touch. Nevertheless it's a set-piece for Las Palmas 10 yards out and Momo is denied by Keylor Navas.
Remember Nabil El Zhar? The former Liverpool player is on for Nili for the last 20 minutes or so.
Gareth Bale has been fairly quiet but he goes close with an effort from distance which bounces once before fizzing past the post.
Real Madrid still have work to do and they almost pay the price after switching off. Nili is presented with a great chance inside the area but takes too long and it allows Keylor Navas to save.
Isco is having a temper tantrum on the bench after being substituted for Mateo Kovacic.
The Real midfielder throws his coat onto the ground while his drink bottle also feels the force of his frustration.
And another booking. Pedro Bigas pleads his innocence after blatantly tripping Dani Carvajal. The referee can't get his card out of his pocket quick enough. Then Pepe loses concentration and fouls Willian Jose. It's yet another yellow.
Booking for Isco after leading with his elbow. This has descended into a scrappy stop-start contest. There's been a flurry of free-kicks since half-time.
Concern on both benches as Cristiano Ronaldo and Angel Montoro clash heads just outside the Las Palmas penalty area. The referee takes a few seconds before stopping play. Both are on the ground for a few moments but play resumes with the pair able to continue.
Dani Castellano makes an immediate impact forcing a corner but Real deal with it comfortably. Plenty of intent and endeavour about the hosts. Can they make it count?
Las Palmas have made a change at the start of the half. Dani Castellano replaces former Manchester City and Norwich City defender Javier Garrido.
Can Las Palmas force a way back into this or will Real Madrid build on their lead? We're back under way.
Jamie Bell: Realistically, I'm not surprised Madrid seem a bit demotivated - they must know the title race is already over.
Manager Gary Neville apologised to Valencia fans after an "unacceptable" 1-0 derby defeat by Levante. "You can't defend a performance like that," said Neville. "I take responsibility and apologise to the fans."
Gary Neville's Valencia side suffered a derby defeat as they lost 1-0 at La Liga's bottom team Levante. Giuseppe Rossi, who played alongside Neville at Manchester United, scored the only goal of the game when he volleyed in from Juanfran's long throw.
Valencia's Sofiane Feghouli had a shot saved by Levante goalkeeper Diego Marino and later curled an effort wide.
Neville has now won only three of 15 La Liga games and Valencia are 12th, eight points above the relegation zone.
Viv: Real Madrid are too slow on the ball. They need to be quicker and sharper.
Las Palmas are giving this a good go but a rare goal by Sergio Ramos gives the visitors the advantage at the interval.
Half time approaching and it has been tough going for Real. They're certainly not having it all their own way. Las Palmas might even have scored but for Keylor Navas' early save.
That looks painful as Real midfielder Casemiro is left clutching his shin on the ground after a nasty looking challenge by Angel Montoro. More a devil than an angel there and it earns the Las Palmas player a card to match the colour of his shirt.
Should Real Madrid win for the fourth time in a row in all competitions then they will move four points behind second-placed Atletico Madrid. Zinedine Zidane's side have little chance of catching leaders Barcelona considering their phenomenal form yet Real can still land a blow on their fierce rivals in El Clasico in three weeks time.
It's all Real now. These are crucial moments for Las Palmas who cannot afford to concede another before the interval. Isco is the next to go close but the hosts survive. Just.
That is only the second goal Sergio Ramos has scored this season. It's turned the tide. Real have momentum and Ronaldo goes ever so close to doubling the lead with a low arrowed drive.
They've been on the defensive for large chunks but Real Madrid make the breakthrough after a rare raid into the Las Palmas penalty area.
It's a delightful glancing header from Sergio Ramos from a corner moments after Cristiano Ronaldo is denied when clean through.
Ronaldo would have been proud of that header. The keeper had no chance with the pace it was travelling.
Gareth Bale drives towards the penalty area but is quickly crowded out. A frustrating opening quarter for the visitors who have just not been allowed any time or space to create anything.
Very scrappy so far from Real. They haven't got out of second gear and now Brazilian midfielder Casemiro has been booked.
Wale Ibraheem: Fantastic from Keylor Navas. He is right on top of his game now. Do Madrid needs De Gea? Don't think so.
The stadium is by no means full - something to do with over-priced tickets - but the locals that have made an effort are being rewarded with a fluent performance by their team.
Real's only serious chance so far has been a curling attempt by Cristiano Ronaldo which was easily saved.
Las Palmas might be 15th in the table but they're taking the game to Real. They're creative and adventurous.
A stray pass by Luka Modric gives Willian Jose a clear sight of goal but Keylor Navas gets his body in the way to deny him a goal against his former club.