Burton Albion were the only EFL team not to have registered a single shot on target in the opening round of fixtures, according to Opta.
That unwanted statistic adds insult to the injury of Saturday's 1-0 defeat to Cardiff City courtesy of a late Kenneth Zohore strike.
The lack of a shot on target doesn't tell the whole story, however, as Nigel Clough's side gave their visitors a real fright in the first-half and should have scored - never mind register an effort on goal.
When Marvin Sordell turned Lloyd Dyer's pull-back wide, the Pirelli Stadium was in disbelief at how such a seasoned striker could fluff his lines when the Brewers need him to slot home and send them into half-time with a deserved lead.
Jackson Irvine lashed a first-half effort over the bar - when he should have played in his midfield partner Matty Lund - in a first 45 minutes where Albion had the better of their visitors.
Despite aiming three efforts on goal and having four corners to trouble at Cardiff, Albion still couldn't manage an attempt that called City 'keeper Neil Etheridge into action.