And McCall, who saw Michael Boulding net a consolation, also defended his decision to field injured goalkeeper Rhys Evans. He said: "We weren't at the races. I'm embarrassed, angry and disappointed. People have said we've had eight clean sheets in the last 11 games and sometimes you don't see a result like this coming.
"But we were very poor but I take nothing away from Barnet. We knew a couple of weeks ago they could have scored five or six against Grimsby. The two wide men were exceptional as well as the two forwards and these sort of results happen sometimes in football.
"All four goals were poor from our point of view. We got back to 2-1 early in the second half and we've come from 2-0 down a few times this season, but we didn't give ourselves a chance to get a foothold in the game.
"We gave away another sloppy goal and that killed us. Rhys was probably our best player. None of the four goals were his fault."