'Until Madrid score the final whistle doesn't blow' - Deportivo boss Garitano

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Deportivo La Coruna's last-gasp defeat to Real Madrid was a tough pill to swallow for head coach Gaizka Garitano, who suggested the LaLiga leaders would have been given as long as possible to score a winner by officials.

Sergio Ramos scored an injury-time winner as Madrid prevailed 3-2 at home to Deportivo at the Santiago Bernabeu on Saturday.

Ramos - somewhat of a late-goal specialist - stunned Deportivo following five minutes of stoppage time, something that angered Garitano as he questioned the time added on in the Spanish capital.

"[Madrid] have a lot of power at the end, when five minutes are added on when there was almost no time we knew we'd play until they scored,"he said.

"In the Bernabeu there is more added time, until Real Madrid score the final whistle doesn't blow."

The defeat left Deportivo just a point above the relegation zone, while Madrid stayed six points clear atop the table.