Real Madrid were left stunned by Manchester City last night at Santiago Bernabeu.
The English outfit delivered a counter-attacking masterclass where they switched to a different playing style.
Pep’s men defended a low block style and let Real Madrid attack them before taking them out on the counter.
The match ended with Real Madrid captain Sergio Ramos getting sent off.
Vinicius Junior has now complained that Real Madrid always come off second best in these big matches in terms of refereeing decisions.
“The whole stadium saw Gabriel Jesus push Ramos. He did the same as me with [Riyad] Mahrez in the first half,” he said.
“They give us bad calls. We are the team with the most Champions Leagues and it will always be that way.
“It has been a very clear foul and I don’t understand why he hasn’t called it.”
“We’ve got to keep cool, we’re going to win there and pull off the comeback,” he said.
“We lacked focus in that final 15-minute period and that’s why they got the two goals. We have to improve.
“We know that the return leg will be tough, but we’ll pull off the comeback.”