Granada boss Juan Antonio Anquela has conceded that his side were well beaten as they went down 4-0 to Malaga on Saturday.
Goals from Joaquin, Javier Saviola, Ignacio Camacho and Roque Santa Cruz gave the Andalusians the three points, and the 55-year-old has admitted that his men were punished for their mistakes.
“In the first half we played well,” he told a Press conference. “But during the second half we tried to push the opponents and they punished us.
“They have a lot of quality – and there's no getting around that.”
He also remarked on his future at the club.
“Of course I fear for my position,” he said. “All I can say is that the team will go out and work until the last second.
“The blame is always with the Coach and I have no problem with taking that responsibility.”