WORCESTER Warriors' head coach Jonathan Thomas says securing a late bonus-point at Harlequins does not provide any consolation after his side's 50-26 Gallagher Premiership defeat to Harlequins on Saturday afternoon.

Warriors shipped fifty points for the second consecutive game this season and recorded their 13th straight Premiership defeat on what was another testing afternoon.

Two late tries from the visitors does mean they take a point home with them but Thomas explained how his side did not stick to the pre-match plan.

"It's a very, very small consolation to get the point at the end," he said.

"We are really disappointed with that performance. We know Quins have got this ability to score tries, they score a lot of them and have done that to a lot of teams and the thing we spoke about all week was trying to keep the game structured because we know if we let it get loose, that was going to play right into their hands.

"We prepared well during the week and you could see at times in that first half, when we kept it structured, scored some nice tries early on, we had control.

"What was really disappointing for me was that we defended as individuals rather than a unit. Defence is about working hard and being connected and we didn't do that and that enabled a few soft tries for them."

Thomas reiterated how frustrating it was that the hard work done during the week was undone by the performance.

"The performance was the disappointing thing," added Thomas.

"Everything we prepared to do and talked about was fleeting and we didn't stick to it.

"Conceding 50 points is not acceptable and we know that. Quins have done that to teams and they have individuals who can hurt you but you can stop any individual as defending as a team and that's what we didn't do.

"We had good energy in the warm up and the players were clear with what we needed to do today.

"The first kick-off of the game we get counter rucked and then we have a system error at the front of the lineout and they score

"The two tries we scored were well worked but we relieved all that pressure through soft scores as a result of soft penalties and defending as individuals."