Barnsley suffered their first ever defeat against Wycombe Wanderers, prior to this they had drawn three and won one of the four previous meetings.
This was the first time the Reds have failed to score at Adams Park, having netted twice on both of their two previous visits.
This was only the fourth time Barnsley have failed to score this season and the first time in 12. Three of their five league defeats have come in games in which they have failed to score.
After winning five out of six matches in all competitions (excluding shootouts) they have won only one of the subsequent five.
During that run of five wins in six, Barnsley conceded only two goals and kept four clean sheets, they have conceded 11 in the subsequent five.
Randell Williams' winner was the 20th league goal Barnsley have conceded in 2018-2019, it is the first time it has taken until at least the 8th December to concede 20 goals since 2005-2006 when they had only conceded 18 by this date - however they did play their next match on the 10th and conceded twice.
This was the 12th occasion this season a Barnsley match was level at half time, including each of the last three and the seventh time it has been goal-less.
Only one goal was scored in a Barnsley match for the first time in 10 outings, it has occurred on four occasions this season, Barnsley winning two of them and losing two of them.
Ex Red Jason McCarthy was in the Wycombe defence and it was the fourth clean sheet he has been involved in, one more than he managed in his Barnsley career.
Despite defeat Barnsley once again enjoyed more ball possession than their opponents (59%) - still no side has enjoyed more ball possession than Barnsley this season.
This was the most Barnsley have enjoyed in a league outing since having 60% against Southend, four league games ago.
There were only 12 shots in the whole game, the lowest in a Barnsley match this season.
Wycombe have now won six consecutive home games in the Football League for the first time since January 1994.
The Chairboys did not make a single substitution in the match, the first Barnsley opponents to have the exact same 11 start and finish the match since Crewe Alexandra in October 2015!
1. Adam Davies (c)
33. Jacob Brown
5. Ethan Pinnock
6. Liam Lindsay
3. Zeki Fryers
21. Mike-Steven Bähre
27. Alex Mowatt
8. Cameron McGeehan
10. George Moncur
25. Cauley Woodrow
19. Kieffer Moore
22. Jordan Williams (for Woodrow 54)
20. Brad Potts (for Bähre 56)
26. Mamadou Thiam (for Fryers 76)
11. Lloyd Isgrove
18. Adam Jackson
28. Ben Williams
35. Jake Greatorex
28. Stephen Henderson
26. Jason McCarthy
2. Sido Jombati
6. Adam El-Abd (c)
3. Joe Jacobson
18. Curtis Thompson
4. Dominic Gape
23. Nathan Tyson
19. Fred Onyedinma
25. Alex Samuel
24. Randell Williams
5. Anthony Stewart
9. Craig Mackail-Smith
11. Scott Kashket
12. Paris Cowan-Hall
13. Cameron Yates
17. Bryn Morris
22. Nick Freeman
Sky Bet League One results:
Saturday 8th December 2018:
Accrington Stanley A-A Sunderland
AFC Wimbledon 1-1 Rochdale
Blackpool 2-1 Charlton Athletic
Bristol Rovers 0-4 Doncaster Rovers
Burton Albion 2-1 Shrewsbury Town
Luton Town 2-0 Fleetwood Town
Morgan og 80
Peterborough United 2-2 Oxford United
Henry pen 88
Plymouth Argyle 3-3 Bradford City
Portsmouth 2-0 Southend United
Turner og 11
Scunthorpe United 0-2 Gillingham
Walsall 2-1 Coventry City
Leahy pen 90+4
Wycombe Wanderers 1-0 Barnsley
Barnsley lie 5th in Sky Bet League One with 35 points from 20 games. We are 1 point inside the Play-Offs, 6 points off the Automatic Promotion Places, 12 points off First Place and 18 points above the Relegation Zone.
Up to 9/12/18
Sky Bet League One Matchday Twenty One: Barnsley v Portsmouth, Saturday 15th December 2018. Kick-Off: 3pm
On The Road:
Sky Bet League One Matchday Twenty Two: Blackpool v Barnsley, Saturday 22nd December 2018. Kick-Off: 3pm