Albert Ferrer did little to hide his unhappiness after seeing Cordoba conceded a late goal at Getafe and miss out on a first win of the season.
Cordoba were leading until the 88th minute when Baba Diawara intervened and gave the hosts a point, leaving the newly-promoted side still searching for an inaugural victory.
“I’m upset we’ve lost two points for our own fault,” he said, according to Marca.
“There was no intensity or concentration in the last five minutes.
“It was a tough, tight game but we were firmly ahead but we can’t let our opponent create four chances in the last five minutes.
“It’s not about playing better or worse but staying focused and we can’t fail in five minutes.
“We have dropped two points. This was a good time to get off the bottom but now we’ll suffer.”