Not even when Lionel Messi puts the ball in the net can he manage to score right now, as the Argentine forward marked a seven-year low against Valencia.
Messi went into Sunday's top of the table clash at Mestalla in the middle of an acute drought, having gone five games without a goal in all competitions.
And another blank against Los Che took that run to six, the first time he has gone so long without registering on the scoresheet since 2010.
To be fair to Messi, his dry spell should have come to an end early on.
The Argentine did, however, tee Jordi Alba up with a fantastic assist to save a point for the visitors, after Rodrigo had given Valencia the lead.
And even if he hasn't found his scoring boots recently, Messi remains La Liga's top scorer with 12 goals after 13 games, three clear of closest challenger Simone Zaza.