Tottenham Hotspur head coach Mauricio Pochettino was devastated after his side's 5-1 defeat at Newcastle United.
The 44-year-old apologised to the fans after a very disappointing performance from his side.
The result means Arsenal finish above Spurs in the table after the Gunners eased past Aston Villa at the Emirates.
"First of all I would like to apologise to our fans," Pochettino is quoted as saying by BBC Sport.
"I think they don't deserve all that happened today on the pitch and I apologise. It was a shame and difficult to understand.
"In the last couple of weeks when you do not play with 100 per cent it is impossible to win games and after Chelsea something happened. We cannot manage games in the right way.
"I am very disappointed because our fans don't deserve it, it is difficult to go tonight and see my boys and my wife. I think it is unbelievable and we are very disappointed.
"We had the possibility to stay second and how we lost and how we gave to the opponent that is relegated, in the first and second half, they score three goals with 10 players it is the worst day as a manager and I feel very disappointed.
"We need to be sure that never happens again and need to improve our mentality. We were on holiday and that is the reality."