Another match, another uninspired performance, another two points dropped.
Not for the first time this year, the LionsXII were made to pay for a lack of sharpness in front of goal in a goalless draw against Sarawak at the Jalan Besar Stadium.
"There goes our season," lamented coach Fandi Ahmad, whose side have now dropped 15 out of a possible 30 points on home soil during this Malaysian Super League (MSL) campaign.
"We created chances and should have won, but in terms of decision-making in the final third, the maturity is still not there."
It resulted in a frustrating evening for the 4,986 fans in attendance - the lowest for the LionsXII in the league this season - who at times got on the backs of their own players.
With his side struggling for goals, Fandi attempted to inject some attacking impetus by deploying winger Gabriel Quak in a free role behind striker Khairul Amri.
The move almost paid instant dividends.
Less than a minute had passed when Quak got on the end of Faris Ramli's cross, only to see his goalbound effort was stopped on the line by Ronny Harun.