Jose Mourinho offered little defence of his Real Madrid players after they succumbed to a 2-1 defeat at Getafe.
• Getafe 2-1 Real Madrid
Madrid, who were held to a draw against Valencia last week, have now taken only one point from a potential six as they seek to defend their title and Mourinho made no excuses afterwards.
"It was a deserved win for Getafe," he said. "My players told me the second goal was a handball by Colunga but I don't care. Getafe's win was deserved but it was nothing from another world. Real Madrid were bad. It was an unacceptable game and, from what I had been analysing, I was not surprised. We totally deserved the defeat."
He added: "It was a horrible game. I have not discussed anything with the players - they have no feedback about what I think."
Mourinho was left infuriated with his players' inability to cope with set-piece situations.
"I do not want to speak with them. The only conclusion that I want is that they realise that it was more a deserved defeat for Real Madrid than a deserved win for Getafe.
"Getafe were very good, good from dead balls, the same as last year [when Madrid won 1-0]. Recently we have worked more than ever on defensive organisation from dead balls. We cannot do more in just two days. If then there is a player who does not do their job, that is something you cannot work on."