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Robinson now faces a make-or-break clash in Rome against Italy for the wooden spoon next week in a game that is likely to decide the Scotland coach’s future.
And he is calling for an improvement from his side, although he knows they still have some way to go if they are to end this year's competetion on a winning note.
"This is not the position we wanted to be in. We have a lot of work to do this week if we are to beat Italy," Robinson said.
"Rome is a tough place to go, even with a confident side. We have a lot to do this week.
"The second half was a step back. I don't want to quantify it. We didn't put any shape together.
"We didn't play well enough in the second half to win the game, which is very disappointing.
"Our set-piece, the lineout in particular, didn't function as well as we'd have liked.
"We couldn't string more than three phases together and that's not good enough at this level.
"It's a mark of where we are as a side that we cause a lot of our own problems."