Hibernian manager Pat Fenlon offered a brutally frank assessment of his team's limp display during Friday night's 4-1 defeat at Motherwell.
Even the half-time lead courtesy of Tom Taiwo's 23rd-minute goal could not mask Hibs' woeful performance, while Fenlon was irked by the manner of his side's second-half capitulation.
Motherwell hit back with goals from Michael Higdon (48), McFadden (54), Kallum Higginbotham (67) and Tom Hateley (84) to make certain of a top-six finish, while Hib's own top-six ambitions where left hanging by the thread.
Fenlon said: "I am very disappointed but we deserved nothing from the game.
"We were probably lucky to be in the lead at half-time. In the second half we were very poor and James McFadden very good.
"But we knew Motherwell would come us at the start of the second half. To concede three goals in 15 minutes should not happen with the experienced players we have.
"We still have to apply ourselves in the next two games if we want to make the top six.
"We didn't do enough - we were not good enough."