Granada manager Abel Resino was “embarrassed” after suffering an incredible 9-1 defeat against Real Madrid at the Santiago Bernabeu on Sunday.
In a press conference after the La Liga match, Resino confessed “it has been the biggest blow I’ve had as a manager.” “We have to stand up and think of next game. Our game has been embarrassing,” the coach admitted.
“Losing 9-1 is different than losing 1-0 after having fought, but now the only think we can do is stand up. The match is history now, we have to look ahead. We have to show we’re not the disaster we’ve been today,” Resino added.
Asked whether the result was Real Madrid’s merit or Granada’s lack of fight, Resino replied “both things.” “Every loss we had ended in a counter-attack. Madrid have played at a great level and we have been below expected,” the Andalusians manager said.
“We are going to try to change this image. The players are deeply hurt, but tomorrow will be another day. This is no more than losing three more points, but next match we will risk our lives against Celta de Vigo and we will have to give our best to win,” Resino concluded.