Three goals in a second-half storm saw Valencia CF defeat Real Betis 3-0 at a rain-soaked Estadio de Mestalla, marking their first victory in six H2H meetings.
Los Che went close just after the half-hour mark as they resorted to shooting from distance, as Samu Castillejo struck a well-hit volley towards the bottom right corner but he was denied by a great save from Rui Silva.
Betis had kept four consecutive La Liga away clean sheets, culminating in their 2-0 victory against Real Sociedad in their last trip on the road, but this run came to an end in emphatic fashion, as André Almeida bent a beautiful free-kick over the wall and into the top corner leaving Silva rooted to the spot.
Valencia began to grow in confidence after the goal, and started to stretch the Betis defence.
The home side put the final nail in the coffin in added time, after a swift counter attack resulted in Kluivert racing through on goal before slotting the ball into the bottom left corner.
Los Che saw the final minutes out with ease as they managed to pick up all three points to climb back into the top half of the table, and put some distance between themselves and the bottom three, going into the World Cup break.