Zinedine Zidane was angry after Real Madrid failed to secure first place in Champions League Group F, but did not feel his team could have done much more against Borussia Dortmund.
“When you see how the second half went you get a bit angry,” Zidane told reporters after the match.
“We had the game in our hands but this is football. You need to carry on right to the end.
“We had chances to score a third, but that’s in the past now. We couldn’t do any more. I’ll analyse the game and we will see when things have calmed down a bit what we can take away.
“I have mixed emotions. Things happen. We missed a few chances to seal the game but we drew and came second in the group.
“We gave our all to come first, but didn’t do it. I’m very proud of the players, their hard work, the things they did.
“Now we need to rest. The second half saw us lose a bit of intensity but we had chances to score a third.”