Scotland boss Andy Robinson was left fuming following his side's shock defeat against Tonga in Aberdeen on Saturday.
The loss was Scotland's third defeat this November and appears to have undone the progress made during their unbeaten tour of Australia, Fiji and Samoa back in June.
"The performance was totally unacceptable and I'm very angry," said Robinson.
"I'd like to apologise to the fans who turned up here to watch us. There will be consequences as a result of today. We're going to look at everything."
"We knew it was going to be a tough game. They dominated well and fought us at the breakdown. It became disjointed and the game became a fight and a mess."
"This is rugby at the highest level but you've got to deal with it. The performance reflects me as a coach"
Scrum-half Rory Lawson tweeted his disappointment following the match:
"Short of words to describe disappointment. Congrats to Tonga who fought for every inch. Apologies to all Scottish rugby fans. We let u down," said Lawson.