"Not good enough" was the message from Anthony Foley, neither today, nor over the last three weeks, as Munster were beaten 19-31 by Leicester at Thomond Park.
Ian Keatley had a game to forget at 10, but Munster as a team were nowhere near their best and conceded three seriously soft tries to undo strong starts to both halves.
After the match, Munster coach Anthony Foley gave an interview to BT Sport, and he was less than impressed, even calling Romain Poite's decision to reverse a penalty due to a push, eventually resulting in Leicester's first try, a disgrace:
"It was not good enough!" A very frustrated Anthony Foley gives a frank assessment of @Munsterrugby's performance. https://t.co/U4Oe3H2GAt
— BT Sport Rugby (@btsportrugby) December 12, 2015
Perhaps the only highlight from a Munster perspective is the fact that referee Romain Poite took a spill as Munster scored a second half try:
A miserable day for Munster, whose Champions Cup hopes are now hanging by a thread.