On a night with plenty of scoring chances but no conversions, the United States women’s national team played to a scoreless draw with the Korea Republic in front of a sold-out crowd in Kansas City.

With the tie, the USWNT’s 22-game home win streak — the second-longest in team history — came to an end. It did, however, extend its 61-match unbeaten home streak.

The USWNT also remains unbeaten against Korea Republic, owning a 10-0-4 record in their 14 meetings.

The U.S. dominated the match with scoring chances, including two early looks from Lindsey Horan, who was denied first by the left post and then by Korean goalkeeper Youngguel Yoon. In total, the U.S. outshot Korea Republic 19-8 and had eight shots on goal to Korea’s one.

Carli Lloyd registered her 315th international cap in her second-to-last match for the USWNT. She’ll play the final game of her USWNT career on Tuesday against Korea Republic (8 p.m. ET, FS1).