Real Madrid manager, Zinedine Zidane, has admitted to a “bad day” after their shock 2-1 defeat to Girona on Sunday.
The loss left them eight points behind La Liga leaders, Barcelona.
Madrid seemed set for for a 14th straight away league victory, when Isco scored after just 11 minutes.
However, the hosts turned the game on its head with two quick goals.
“We lost three points today, unexpectedly, but that does not change anything,” Zidane said afterwards.
“We know we can turn this around, we will have better days, and the other teams will drop points too over the season. We want to win La Liga, it is our day to day. There is still a very long way to go, so I am not worried.
“I do not agree that we played badly today. All the players made an effort. Then there were details, the rival’s first goal came from a throw-in and we lost concentration and did not defend well. The second goal, the same, with a rebound. We ran until the end. It was not a lack of effort.”
Chances missed at 1-0 up had cost his team, Zidane said.
“My feeling is that we had chances to get a second goal,” he said.
“When you are 1-0 up at half-time, you must think the rival can hurt you in the second half. We lacked a bit of concentration, and they played well, direct, quickly, winning second balls. Above all for their first goal, as when they equalise, the game changes.”