Swansea City claimed a hugely creditable point at Huddersfield Town this weekend as they fought their way to a goalless draw despite going down to 10 men after just 11 minutes.
We take a look at the key numbers from one of the club's more memorable stalemates in recent times.
9 – This was Lukasz Fabianski’s ninth clean sheet in 30 league outings this season.
1 – A superb rearguard effort at Huddersfield means the Swans have lost only once in eight away games since Carlos Carvalhal was appointed at the end of December.
189 – Alfie Mawson has now made 189 clearances in the Premier League this season. Only five players in the division have made more.
3 – The Swans have proved they can be resilient when they are put under pressure this season. After all, there have been three occasions of a team having more than 25 shots in a Premier League match but failing to score this season, and all of them have been against the Swans. They were at Southampton (29) in August, Tottenham (26) in September and Huddersfield (30).
16 – Huddersfield have failed to score in 16 Premier League games this season, more than any other team.
0 – The Swans became only the third side to fail to have a single shot in a Premier League match in 15 years of Opta statistics.
11 – Jordan Ayew’s red card after 11 minutes was the earliest in the top flight this season, and earliest in the competition since Jeff Hendrick against Watford in February 2017 (six minutes).
26 – The Ayew red was the Swans’ first in the league since Kyle Naughton was sent off against Sunderland 24 months ago – they’d gone 84 games without one.