WATCH - Isco brutally mocks Tony Adams' waistcoat from the Real Madrid substitutes bench
Tony Adams really is having a dreadful time of it in Spain.
Less than a month after promising to give his new Granada players a 'kick up the a***,' the former Arsenal captain has presided over a five-match losing streak that culminated in a 4-0 defeat to Real Madrid on Sunday.
Granada had already been relegated to the second tier of Spanish football following a 2-1 defeat to Real Sociedad the previous week, but the humiliation was far from over for Tony Adams as Real Madrid midfielder Isco went to town on the 50-year-old's eccentric dress sense.
After he was unveiled as Granada head coach in a questionable turquoise suit, Adams opted for a smart waistcoat and matching trousers for his doomed side's league match with the Champions League finalists.
Adams drew the attention of the Real Madrid bench as his Granada side struggled to cope with the La Liga giants.
Television cameras showed Karim Benzema pointing towards the former England captain before Isco appeared to heckle something in his direction, to the amusement of his Los Blancos teammates.
According to Spanish sport daily Marca, the playmaker shouted: "Hey, waiter. A Coca Cola!"
Adams has insisted he will 'not go away,' despite failing to keep Granada in La Liga.
"It will be nice to have my own team one day. But that is not why I'm here. My job is to come in, clean, build and then come back and check."