Fulham head coach Slavisa Jokanovic was left frustrated after his side were unable to break a stubborn Wigan down as the Whites drew 0-0 in the north west.
Chances for either side were at a premium as defences won the day.
It was 16 games ago, Whites last tasted defeat to Latics - and no other club has done that to last season's League One champions.
Likewise, the point also helped Fulham set a new longest ever unbeaten run against a single opponent in their league history.
But the stats might have been the best thing about a game neither side deserved to win with Wigan failing to get a shot on target until the 85th minute.
“I cannot be satisfied because we didn’t win the game,” Jokanovic told the club's official website. “In my opinion we played very well.
“Especially in the first 45 minutes. We defended very well but it was the same problems as the last two games.
“We had a problem opening up the game and we didn’t create enough chances.
“We were moving around the box but weren’t creating enough chances and we didn’t score.
“At the end it's good news because we kept the clean sheet but we didn’t score a goal.”
Fulham have only picked up two points from a possible nine since the international break and, while they are more resilient defensively, they are struggling to put the ball into the net.
“We are a new team and we are trying to build something different,” the head coach added. “The last few games we have been playing well but we didn’t create enough chances and didn’t get enough goals.
“We have to keep working to find a solution to this problem and that’s it.”