Australian goalkeeper Mitch Langerak has equalled the J-League record for most clean sheets in a single season and could still break it with one match remaining.
Langerak helped his side Nagoya Grampus to a 0-0 draw against Yokohama FC to record his 16th clean sheet, tieing him with the record set by Shusaku Nishikawa with Urawa Red Diamonds in 2014.
Langerak could still beat the record when he faces Sanfrecce Hiroshima next weekend.
The 32-year-old from Queensland also celebrated his 100th J-League game with the club.
Langerak also managed two clean sheets in four cup games, giving him 18 for the season so far.
While Langerak has been called up to recent Socceroos squad, he hasn't seen any game time since a 4-0 loss to Brazil in 2017 at the MCG.