Match ends, Gateshead 0, Wrexham 0.
Gateshead 0-0 Wrexham
Wrexham remain third in the National League after a stalemate at Gateshead.
Chris Holroyd came closest to breaking through for the visitors.
The striker had a penalty claim dismissed for straying offside, had a shot well saved by James Montgomery and then headed just wide from a fine James Jennings cross.
Gateshead's best chance fell to Paddy McLaughlin, who seized on a bobbling ball in the area but was unable to beat Chris Dunn in the Wrexham goal.
Wrexham manager Dean Keates told BBC Radio Wales: "It was the best we've started a game for a long time, to be honest - the first 15 minutes we were absolutely all over them.
"We kind of let them back into it after that, but overall Dunny [Chris Dunn] has only had one save to make really.
"They had a lot of sustained pressure, balls coming in, but defensively we were organised, disciplined and nine times out of 10 we won the first contact on the ball."
- 3BarrowBooked at 19mins
- 9JohnsonSubstituted forMcNallat 67'minutes
- 3JenningsBooked at 25mins
- 9QuigleySubstituted forWrightat 30'minutes
- 16KellySubstituted forMackrethat 67'minutes
- Simeon Lucas
Second Half ends, Gateshead 0, Wrexham 0.
Substitution, Gateshead. Lewis McNall replaces Danny Johnson.
Substitution, Wrexham. Jack Mackreth replaces Marcus Kelly.
Second Half begins Gateshead 0, Wrexham 0.
First Half ends, Gateshead 0, Wrexham 0.
Substitution, Wrexham. Akil Wright replaces Scott Quigley.
James Jennings (Wrexham) is shown the yellow card for a bad foul.
Scott Barrow (Gateshead) is shown the yellow card for a bad foul.
First Half begins.
Lineups are announced and players are warming up.