The Westfield Matildas' eight-match winning run has come to an end following a 0-0 draw with Portugal at the Algarve Cup.
Even the in-form Sam Kerr was unable to find a way through the well-organised host nation, although Australia will feel aggrieved not to have been awarded an early penalty.
They now lead Group A by one point following Norway's 2-0 win over China PR.
Catch up with the key stats and facts from Saturday morning's encounter.
- This was the first game Australia have failed to win since a 1-1 draw with Denmark in last year's Algarve Cup, which they eventually lost on penalties.
- They had won eight in a row in all competitions since that match.
- This was the Westfield Matildas' first goalless draw since facing Brazil at the Olympic Games in August 2016, 566 days ago.
- Australis scored 49 goals in the 12 matches between the two 0-0 stalemates (4.1 per game).
- Alen Stajcic's side have kept two clean sheets in their last four matches in all competitions, as many as they had in their previous 15 combined.
- However, the Portugal stalemate ended a run of scoring in 11 consecutive international games (34 goals).
- After conceding three goals from eight shots faced (four on target) in their 2018 Algarve Cup opener against Norway, the Westfield Matildas conceded none from eight efforts on their goal (two on target) today against Portugal.