St Johnstone boss Steve Lomas was upset after a 1-0 defeat to Hibs was made worse by a serious injury to David Robertson.
The substitute suffered a suspected broken leg at McDiarmid Park in a game Saints had looked the more likely to win.
The wheels came off for the hosts on 79 minutes as they endured 11 minutes that were about as bad as it gets for any manager.
It started when Nigel Hasselbaink saw his penalty saved by Ben Williams and Lomas was then sent to the stand by referee Craig Thomson soon afterwards.
Hibs' Paul Cairney added to his woes by netting what proved to be the winner after 82 minutes.
Then midfielder Robertson was taken off on a stretcher and Saints captain Dave Mackay was shown a straight red card for an altercation with Leigh Griffiths in stoppage time as the hosts' misery was complete.
Lomas said: "It's been a disappointing night, especially with Davie Robertson getting that bad injury. Fingers crossed it's not as bad as we think.
"It looked like a block...