Wales' Uefa Under-21 Championship qualification hopes were dealt a blow in Yerevan as Brian Flynn's men were held to a goallless draw in Armenia.
Wales had early goal-scoring chances but Tom Bradshaw had a shot blocked while Billy Bodin and Jonathan Williams went close at the Hanrapetakan Stadium.
Home keeper Arsen Petrosyan made stops from Elliott Chamberlain and Elliott Hewitt before a late Armenia rally.
Two Artak Edigaryan shots forced Wales keeper Chris Maxwell to make key saves.
Wales now lie fourth in qualifying Group Three, having played a game more than leaders Czech Republic who have 10 points.
Wales Under-21 team: Chris Maxwell, Kieron Freeman, Ashley Richards (c), Lee Lucas, Danny Alfei (Troy Brown, 59), David Stephens, Jake Taylor, Elliott Hewitt, Tom Bradshaw, Billy Bodin, Jonathan Williams (Elliott Chamberlain, 72).
Substitutes: David Cornell, Joe Walsh, Adam Henley, Jon Meades, Rob Ogleby.
Armenia Under-21 team: Arsen Petrosyan, Gagik Daghbashyan, Andranik Voskanyan, Masis Voskanyan, Davit Sujyan (Artak Edigaryan, 64), Artak Aleksanyan (Valter Poghosyan, 88), Edgar Malakyan (c), Gevorg Badalyan (Hovhannes Hovhannisyan, 46), Varazdat Haroyan, Kamo Hovhannisyan, Hovhannes Hambardzumyan.
Substitutes: Karen Israelyan, Taron Voskanyan, Alen Hambartsumyan, Gevorg Karapetyan.
Referee: Mr Igor Pristovnik (Croatia)