“We played well for an hour and, although a 3-0 defeat is hard to take, until [Paolo] Dybala's sending off we did well.
“We could have avoided the first goal and the second came about after a mix-up between [Giorgio] Chiellini and [Gigi] Buffon, but everything went wrong for us tonight and we were up against an exceptional team.
“I can't fault my players at all: they playing against an amazing team and the best centre forward in the world, who has scored 14 goals in nine Champions League matches so far.
“We must bounce straight back now and focus solely on Serie A. I'm annoyed about the third goal we conceded. We should have kept it at 2-0 and tried to turn the tie around Madrid. That's now going to be extremely difficult.”