Miroslav Djukic was unimpressed with his players, but Joaquin Caparros thought his men deserved more.
Two goals from Patrick Ebert and one from Oscar Gonzalaez were enough to give the Pucela the three points that takes them up to 10th in the table.
But the Serbian Coach has claimed that although it was a positive result, his men lacked confidence.
“It was a real positive today,” he told a Press conference. “Especially since we didn't do things the right way.
“We lacked confidence and didn't do enough in possession. Eventually, our heart allowed us to win, and that's the most important thing.
“But it is clear though, that we have not achieved anything yet. We have to continue doing the same job with the same humility.”
Caparros meanwhile was insistent that his team were worthy of a win.
“It's a shame. We started the game well and even had chances to go ahead,” he told a Press conference.
“We leave here annoyed because I think my players did merit something from the game.
“We are an improving team, but that has to be translated into points.”