Israel 2-1 Scotland: Was Haifa humiliation the worst 90 minutes as a Scotland fan?
Manager Alex McLeish conceded that Scotland’s bruising 2-1 Nations League defeat in Israel could have been worse.
And former centre-back partner and Scotland defender Willie Miller described it as “unacceptable” and as bad a performance as you’ll see from a Scotland team. But was it?
BBC Scotland has trawled through a list of horror shows and humiliations since the national team last qualified for a tournament in 1998.
Some are unforgettable. Others may well have been erased from the memory in an act of self-protection. But you can relive them here and vote for the worst 90 minutes as a Scotland fan.
Wales 4-0 Scotland (18 Feb, 2004) Wales 3-0 Scotland (14 Nov, 2009)
These two trips to Cardiff merge into the one mass of horror.
In 2004, a rampant Wales side ripped Berti Vogts’ Scots apart in front of 47,000 at the Millenium Stadium. Robert Earnshaw scored the first of his hat-trick within 60 seconds.
And a change of venue didn’t improve matters much five years later. The Cardiff City Stadium hosted another humiliation as David Edwards, Simon Church and a young starlet called Aaron Ramsey inflicted a fourth consecutive away defeat on George Burley and ultimately cost him his job.