Granada boss Juan Antonio Anquela said his side merited at least a point from their game against Rayo Vallecano.
The Andalusians went down to a 94th minute Roberto Trashorras goal and former Alcorcon boss Anquela felt it had been rough justice on his players.
“To lose like that to a last-minute goal was tough and my team did not deserve to get beaten because in general I thought we were pretty good, but that’s football.
“However, when I saw the foul I knew we would have problems and that’s the way it turned out,” he told a Press conference, referring to Trashorras’ late winner from a free-kick.
“We did well and created opportunities, but perhaps lacked judgement at times in knowing when to release the ball. But overall we were good and I thought we could have won.
“My players had some clear chances while Rayo had a header and a couple of dangerous shots, but it was not our day.”