Scotland striker Steven Naismith believes fans were right to boo their 3-0 friendly defeat to Wales.
George Burley's side were expected to put up stuff resistance at the Cardiff City Stadium, but slipped to an embarrassing defeat.
Burley has been on the receiving end of much of the criticism, but the Rangers striker insists the blame should be shared.
Naismith says the team must ask themselves some hard questions ahead of their attempts to qualify for Euro 2012.
"It wasn't just the manager, it was all of us who were getting it," explained Naismith.
"I can definitely see the fans' point of view. If I was a fan in the crowd, I would have been doing the same. It wasn't good enough.
"They travel a long way and pay a lot of money hoping to see a good game. We destroyed that basically.
"The manager is the boss and he is the one who is going to get the stick but it's everybody. He's not the one who goes out on the park and wins the games - that's the strikers. And he's not the one who goes out on the park and defends - that's the defenders.
"Basically, everybody who played has to have a hard look at themselves. The only positive was that it was a friendly and it's not cost us in a European or World Cup game."
Scotland were left reeling when goals from David Edwards, Simon Church and Aaron Ramsey handed the home nation an overwhelming advantage in the opening 35 minutes.
Naismith believes the quick-fire goals deflated the visitors, although he concedes he was at fault for Wales' opener.
"We lost three goals in pretty quick succession and that has basically lost us the game," he continued.
"It's the whole team. I think I was partly at fault for the first goal for not tracking my runner.
"All three goals could have been avoided and that was the problem. We had a couple of chances early on but after we lost the three goals it was all over."