Hibernian boss Pat Fenlon admits that his team were "very poor" following Friday's 4-1 defeat at Motherwell in the SPL.
Hibernian manager Pat Fenlon has admitted that his side were "very poor" following Friday's 4-1 defeat at Motherwell in the Scottish Premier League.
Tom Taiwo gave Hibs a half-time lead at Fir Park, but the home team ran riot after the break to complete the turnaround.
"I am very disappointed but we deserved nothing from the game," Fenlon told Sky Sports News.
"We were probably lucky to be in the lead at half-time. In the second half we were very poor and [James] McFadden was very good. We didn't do enough - we were not good enough."
The loss has left Hibernian in sixth place in the SPL table.
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