FORMER Scotland skipper Gary Caldwell watched Wigan draw 0-0 with Fulham to make unwanted history.
The Latics have now failed to beat the Craven Cottage outfit in their last 16 meetings – their longest winless run against any opponents.
It’s also Fulham’s most extended unbeaten run against a side in their league history.
Ex-Celtic centre-half Caldwell, though, wasn’t interested in the past when he said afterwards: “I think if we can get our defending right, we will win a lot of football matches.
“As an attacking team, I don’t think there are many better in the league.
“The way we pass the ball is excellent, we cause teams a lot of problems and we have attacking players who can score goals.
“We’ve scored in all but one game this season and that is our main strength. We are very good going forward and that will get us points this season.
“If we can get the defending bit right, we’ll be very difficult to play against.”
Slavisa Jokanovic, the London side’s head coach, said: “I cannot be satisfied because we didn’t win the game. In my opinion, we played very well, especially in the first 45 minutes.
“We defended very well, but it was the same problems as the last two games. We had a problem opening up the game and we didn’t create enough chances.”
The consolation for Caldwell, with his team third bottom of the table, is that they avoided a fifth straight Championship defeat.
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