The former Real Madrid boss insisted his side controlled the majority of the game and defended his decision to again play without a natural striker once
He told AS: "I watched the game again last night. Everyone who has analysed it said we struggled a lot but I realised that we didn't do things so badly.
"The threat existed but I think we did things relatively well. It was a horrible game for us. The talk of fixes and pacts and that a draw suited us made it a very difficult game.
"I accept you are not in agreement with what I saw. There are distinct opinions. You always have to look at the results. Defensively, there was only Rakitic's chance and a shot from (
"We have gone from a poor man to a rich man very quickly and now we don't value anything. We don't value what we have.
"I think we are fallible and we have to transmit that to the players but we have passed through to the quarter-finals and we haven't seen any congratulations of that. I think we have qualified superbly and will continue in the same manner. The future is in our hands and we will see where we end up but I hope it is the final."
"Football is a permanent debate. We have 23 players and any of them could play," he said.
"The important thing is our group and our line-up is stable, like the principles of our play. We cannot have doubts in them.
"I am not saying I agree with everyone but in many points we agree with the people. I am not saying we are overly optimistic but we know we have a chance. We are going with this into the quarters and possibly semi-finals as serious candidates."
England's nine-match winning streak was brought to a controversial end as