Hoffenheim attacker Takashi Usami was aghast on Saturday at his team's performance after they were eliminated from the DFB Pokal with a 4-0 loss at Berliner AK 07.
The Japan Under-23 international came on after half-time with Hoffenheim already trailing 3-0 in his first official appearance since the 2012 London Olympics. He failed to score, while BAK's Metin Cakmak scored his second goal of the match to lock up the result for the underdogs.
"We couldn't have done any worse," Usami said after the match. "Nobody showed any awareness. It was pathetic. we lost the ball in easy spots, and after we lost the ball we couldn't switch over to defence.
"All the back line did when a player broke through was wave for an offside call and not chase [the ball-carrier] down."
The 45-minute appearance was an ominous debut for the 20-year-old, who hopes to earn a starting role at his new club after spending most of last season playing for the Bayern reserves.
Hoffenheim will hope for a return to form when they open their Bundesliga campaign away at Borussia MG on August 25.