Portugal manager, Fernando Santos has explained why his side fell 3-0 to Netherlands in a friendly match on Monday.
The coach said Monday’s 3-0 loss was his responsibility.
Portugal, currently the European champions, were beaten by Netherlands, who delivered Ronald Koeman’s first win since he took over in February.
Netherlands were too good for Portugal, who had Joao Cancelo sent off in the second half.
Memphis Depay, Ryan Babel and Virgil van Dijk were the scorers in the game.
Santos told reporters, “I could have done better, but the responsibility for defeat is mine.
“It was I who chose the players, had observed the opponent, set up the strategy so that we had possession of the ball and I think in the initial 10 minutes we had the ball and circulated well.
“We conceded a goal and from there things got more complicated.
“They explored the side aisles well and had many difficulties in the first half.
“The overall behaviour was not adequate and we could not go on a counter-attack. We talked to the players at half-time and in the second half we were a different team in every respect.
“We did not allow spaces to the opponent, except near the end.
“With 10 players on the pitch, we had a bit more difficulties, but we kept trying to reach the goal and we had three or four chances. We deserved a goal or two.”