Kenny Miller admits Scotland were an 'embarrassment' as they were thrashed 5-1 by the United States of America in an international friendly.
A forgettable outing in Jacksonville saw Craig Levein's side torn to shreds by a Landon Donovan-inspired USA side.
The visitors never got going and a header from Miller was all they had to show for their efforts.
The Cardiff striker offered up no excuses for the poor performance at the final whistle, preferring instead to focus on the need to ensure that standards are not allowed to drop so low again.
"Of course it hurts - it's an embarrassment to be honest," Miller told the Daily Record.
"We were trying to stem the flow in the first half and got a goal back. At 2-1 we were fortunate but the goals lost in the second half were terrible.
"It's a friendly but we're disappointed. We have made progress with performances in recent times but this is a hard one and it hurts."
Miller added: "It's been a hard season but you can still run about. Scott (Brown) was the only one with credit.
"He was working hard and trying to get close to them - he did what the rest of us weren't doing. When you do that and sit off good players you will get punished.
"We were a yard off it and didn't put a tackle in.
"You can take things out of a game - good or bad - and make sure it doesn't happen again.
"It won't be brushed off and we will look at this and make sure the openness that was evident in our play in the second half doesn't get repeated.
"We've played Italy, France and Spain and have not been carved open like that. It shouldn't happen with us against any nation."