Barnet manager Mark Stimson was left disappointed with his side`s 3-0 home defeat by Stevenage.
A brace from John Mousinho and a Mark Roberts strike condemned the Bees to a loss which leaves them rock bottom of the Football League.
"I thought we started the game quite bright and we had one or two opportunities but we didn't take them," Stimson said.
"When you're playing against teams like Stevenage who are physically strong and are going to cause you problems at set-pieces you have to take those chances and in the end we ended up paying the ultimate price.
"Any goal we concede is a hammer blow but the first goal especially so because before that we had a couple of chances.
"After that we wanted to try and see out the half and stay at 1-0, which would have allowed us to re-group and reshape, but unfortunately we let in the second."