Paulo Fonseca was not happy to have seen Porto lose their first home game in five years to Atletico Madrid on Tuesday evening.
The Portuguese side enjoyed a strong start to their Champions League clash at Estadio do Dragao, with Jackson Martinez opening the score and the team creating a number of chances.
However, second half goals from set-pieces by Diego Godin and Arda Turan handed Atleti the points and Porto a first defeat on home turf after 75 games, since October 2008.
“This is a huge injustice, especially considering our performance in the first half, and in part of the second too,” responded Coach Fonseca post-match.
“We didn't deserve to concede two goals from set pieces. After half-time Atletico took more control of the game than they had done in the first period.
“We managed to move the ball well enough, but ended up conceding goals when we were on top. In the end, the result is what matters most.
“Despite that, I was more pleased with my team's display than in previous games.
“We didn't play against an everyday team, but against a strong one who are always trying to take a hold of the game.
“ Atletico have a lot of quality and tried to react after going 1-0 down. Even after they equalised, though, we looked for the second goal and could have achieved it.
“We're still in second place in the group, but this result doesn't satisfy us because we intended to win all of our home games. Nonetheless, everything is still open.”