The last time Chester FC 's defence was breached was over a month ago.
Darren Carter's strike for Forest Green in their 2-1 win over the Blues on September 3 at the Lookers Vauxhall Stadium marked a turning point for Chester with manager Jon McCarthy's side going on a five-match unbeaten run following the defeat.
They say a week is a long time in football, but a month? That is really going some.
Here's nine things that have occurred since Chester last conceded a goal.
Big Sam begins his reign
A limp 1-0 win for Sam Allardyce in the World Cup qualifier over Slovakia gets his stint as England manager off to an inauspicious start. It can only get better, surely?
Big Sam ends his reign
That lasted long. A sting by the Daily Telegraph sees Allardyce at the centre of a media frenzy as he is filmed talking about how to navigate around transfer rules. Tut tut.
The X Factor is at the live shows
ITV's annual celebration of vacuity began a week before the Forest Green game but since Chester's shut out we have finished the auditions, boot camp and judges houses and are now on to the live shows. Joy.
USA regain the Ryder Cup
The home fans were a delight, I'm told. Europe couldn't make it four wins in a row in one of golf's most eagerly anticipated competitions and the trophy has made its way over the Atlantic for the time being.
Corbyn wins Labour leadership contest. Again
Well that was a waste of time! Despite the efforts of many an MP, Jeremy Corbyn won the support of Labour's members following a challenge to his leadership by Owen Smith.
The Rio 2016 Paralympics started and came to a close
A total of 528 events in 22 sports were contested between September 7-18 with Great Britain's heroes doing pretty well. Team GB won a total of 147 medals, 64 of them gold.
'Brangelina' go their separate ways
Hollywood A-listers Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie announced their decision to file for divorce and end their two-year marriage and 12 years together.
The Great British Bake Off moves to Channel 4
In a move that sent shock waves to the centre of the earth, Bake Off will be making the move from the BBC to Channel 4. Mel, Sue and Mary Berry have abandoned ship but Paul Hollywood will remain.
Four major political parties hold their annual conferences
The Conservatives, whose conference finishes tomorrow, Labour, the Liberal Democrats and UKIP have all held their annual conferences. We're sure you've been glued to them.