Dundee United were dumped out of their Europe League third qualifier by Dinamo Moscow as they lost 5-0 on the night and 7-2 on aggregate at the Arena Khimki in Russia.
The Taysiders, who had it all to do following their 2-2 draw at Tannadice in the first-leg last week, failed to recover from a disastrous start when they went behind in the second minute to an Igor Semshov drive from the edge of the box.
Alexsandr Kokorin headed in the second after 22 minutes before midfielder Artur Yusupov ended any hopes the Scottish club had when he raced clear of the visiting defence to slip the ball past United's Polish keeper Radoslaw Cierzniak.
The second-half was more even in terms of possession but two late goals by substitute Aleksandr Sapeta made it 7-2 on aggregate for the Russians to complete a miserable night for the Scots.
Dundee United manager Peter Houston bemoaned his side's nightmare start.
"We had the worst possible start, losing a goal after two minutes against a very good side," he said.
"I said last night it works both ways from a change of manager and Dinamo played well for their new coach.
"They were just too strong for us physically and I was disappointed about the first-half when we didn't believe in ourselves. We should have done better than we did."