Santiago Solari refused to identify a scapegoat but acknowledged Real Madrid's collective need to improve after a humbling 3-0 defeat at Eibar.
Madrid's rocky start to the season had improved under Solari with four straight wins, but his first match as the club's permanent head coach ended in dismay as the European champions were outfought and outthought.
But the new boss is insistent that there are positives to take from the early weeks of his tenure, believing the issues evidenced on Saturday can be dealt with through hard work.
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