Luis Garcia praised his Getafe side after they came from behind, whilst Gregorio Manzano lamented his side’s poor mentality.
An Adrian Colunga brace and a Diego Castro penalty were enough to give the Azulones three points.
And the 40-year-old has admitted that, although they struggled initially, his side were worthy winners.
“They were better in the first half,” he told a Press conference. “And we dominated in the second.
“My team were very good. We tried to change the dynamic away from home, and it worked.
“Offensively we are better than we were during the first part of the season. We have great ambition as a team.”
The recently-appointed Coach meanwhile, admitted that his team let their heads drop after conceding a penalty to go 2-1 down.
“There was a lack of control from my team,” he told a Press conference. “When we were drawing, we should have had the quality to hold out for a point.
“Our mentality was not right. We had the chance to overcome a rival, and we didn't take it.”