Fulham made it three consecutive Championship draws in a row at Leeds United, as neither side could break the deadlock in an enthralling game.
The Whites started on the front foot and almost opened the scoring when Ibrahima Cisse's long-range effort cannoned off the post.
But the hosts hauled themselves back into the game and David Button had to be alert to deny Chris Wood, who also had a goal disallowed.
It was end-to-end stuff in the second-half, with Sone Aluko missing a glorious chance to win it for the Cottagers as the clock ticked down.
Wood may also feel like he could have handed Leeds three points, if he'd just stuck his leg out and converted a Stuart Dallas cross.
Lucas Piazon limped off in the first-half, which will be a blow for Slavisa Jokanovic, but Fulham remain unbeaten this season.
Below are some talking points to emerge from the game
Take your chances
Fulham really got after Leeds in the opening stages and took the game to their hosts.
They found plenty of space around United's defence and created a couple of good opportunities, but you've got to make the most of them in this league.
First up was Ryan Fredericks' cross from the right which was perfect for an onrushing centre-forward, unfortunately for the Cottagers, there wasn't one.
Stefan Johansen flashed an effort just wide of the post from 20-yards out when he would have backed himself to hit the target.
Then Ibrahima Cisse, out of nowhere, fired in a left-footed drive that had Felix Wiedwald beaten all ends up, but it crashed against the post and bounced clear.
If Fulham are to turn draws into victories they are the kind of chances that need to be taken.
It may seem harsh, because they weren't easy, but when you put them together with Sone Aluko's miss near the end, it doesn't paint a pretty picture.
Slavisa Jokanovic knew that too, in his post-game press conference. While he was disappointed with how they started the second-half, the lack of a cutting-edge is what hurt him the most.
It has been a tough few days for Fulham centre-backs.
Tomas Kalas' early red card at Reading was a horror start to that game, but Dennis Odoi came on and slotted in alongside Tim Ream to good effect.
And with Kalas suspended, Odoi was again called upon to fill in at centre-back and he did it with aplomb.
It was a physical battle on the pitch last night and the Whites were more than up for the challenge.
Ream took an early blow to the head, and admitted after the game his mouth was still sore, but he did not let that bother him and was magnificent at the heart of the back four.
Odoi may not be a centre-back by trade - and facing Chris Wood is hardly the Championship's easiest task - you wouldn't have known, though, as he repelled Leeds' attacks all night.
There were a couple of hairy moments when he was on the ball and seemed to forget where on the pitch he was, before wriggling out of them and setting an attack on its way.
An impressive display by Fulham's backline on the whole.
David Button impresses
The Fulham stopper has silenced his doubters with a strong start to the season and was at his best again last night.
Without him, Jokanovic's men would have left Elland Road empty-handed.
Denying Chris Wood when he was baring down on goal and everybody in Yorkshire backed him to score was Button's standout moment.
Button stayed big, didn't go down to ground early and his strong right hand was enough to stop Leeds' wanted man from netting the opener.
Perhaps the most impressive element of his game was how he commanded his area though.
Jokanovic spoke about the physical and aggresive approach of Leeds and they are a real threat at set-pieces and from balls into the box.
Countless times Button came off his line, claimed the ball and took the pressure of his defence.
Goalkeepers and defenders thrive on clean sheets and Button will be delighted to pick up his first one of the new season.
The boss rang the changes for the Cottagers' third league game in ten days and it saw two full, league debuts handed out.
Cisse and Aboubakar Kamara both started for the first times since their moves this summer and Fulham fans would have been keen to see their new men.
Cisse started nervously and perhaps looked a little lost for the first ten minutes, but he grew into the game.
He was desperately unlucky not to open his Whites account with a long-range effort and showed the qualities that made Fulham sign him.
After a strong first-half, he tailed off slightly after the break, but it was a promising start. Comfortable on the ball and strong too.
Kamara's display was more of a mixed-bag
His movement is very good and it caused Leeds problems throughout the night. The main issue was what he did with the ball when he got it.
Trying to beat Wiedwald from way out on the left, with a curling effort, sticks out in the mind as the best example of this.
Some of his link-up play was better and he showed signs of an understanding with Aluko.
But you have to ask why he didn't gamble on Fredericks' early ball in. If he did, it was an almost certain early lead for Fulham.
Decent enough starts for the pair and they'll be hoping for another opportunity to build on them come Saturday.
It's impossible to ignore Jokanovic's post-match comments.
With regards to Lucas Piazon's broken leg, he said: "I am really disappointed with what I heard today, one of the referees saying: 'this is English football, this is completely legal'.
"I hear something, it's probably because my English is not great, because it's so ugly and I never expected to hear it in professional football."
Jokanovic would not be drawn into revealing who said that to him and almost backtracked a little near the end of the interview, but it's clear an official has upset him.
Whether or not he heard it correctly, only the person accused of saying it knows - it could certainly land the boss in hot water with the FA though.
That may not be fair, with the Serb clearly just looking out for the welfare of one his best players.
The Leeds fans did not cover themselves with glory inside the ground either, perhaps not realising the extent of the injury, they have, however, taken a different view since Jokanovic revealed the leg break and wished him well on social media.
Piazon had actually struggled to get into the game before he was injured by a Connor Shaughnessy tackle.
The youngster was making his debut for Leeds and, in this writer's eyes, although it was a hard tackle, it was fair and he got the ball.
It's mightily disappointing for everyone involved with Fulham to see Piazon injured again and the gaffer let his emotions get the better of him post-game.
He is very likely to be asked to explain his comments at some point by those in charge and you can only hope the FA realise the circumstances and, if they believe he's in the wrong, turn a blind eye this time.