Barnet’s poor form continued with successive home defeats at the hands of Bromley and King’s Lynn Town in their last two matches.
The consecutive losses saw the Bees drop down into 20th position in the National League, with just seven points from as many games.
A Jamar Loza brace was enough to give King’s Lynn the victory on Tuesday evening, with JJ Hooper missing from the penalty spot.
Manager Peter Beadle described the performance as “just not good enough” in a video shared by the club’s official Twitter account after the game.
“We started off really well, we sort of got a bit of a reaction from Saturday,” he said. “We started great, but two minutes in we’re denied a penalty for whatever reason I don’t know, but then six minutes in, yet again we find ourselves 1-0 down from us making a simple error in the middle of the pitch.”