Brighton & Hove Albion manager Chris Hughton has admitted his side were well off the pace in their 5-0 defeat against Bournemouth on Saturday.
The Seagulls looked impressive for the opening 30 minutes, but poetically just days after a black hole was pictured 55 million light years away, the hosts produced a self-imploding disaster of their own and went on to concede goals at will against Eddie Howe's side.
Bournemouth's Ryan Fraser was the star of the show for their exciting attacking play, and Hughton admitted his side couldn't put up with the fight after being reduced to 10 men following Anthony Knockaert's
"At least four of the goals they scored were from us giving away possession and them countering really well.
"In the end, it was about keeping the score down as much as possible - the fear is that it could have been worse.
Fraser then scored a stunning long-range effort to be the game beyond sight, while David Brooks, Callum Wilson and Junior Stanislas put the icing on the cake for Bournemouth.