LEAGUE ONE Plymouth Argyle 2 Shrewsbury Town 1

argyle logo2013Pacesetters Plymouth Argyle made it eight home League One wins on the spin as they came back from 1-0 down to beat Shrewsbury.

Argyle staged a superb second half turnaround after a shape change and the second half introduction of substitutes Sam Cosgrove, skipper Joe Edwards, Niall Ennis and Brendon Galloway - whol all made telling impact.

Morgan Whittaker tapped in the 83rd minute winner from Galloway’s sublime defence-beating cross.

Shrewsbury deservedly got the breakthrough in the 30th minute when a slick passing move enabled Christian Saydee to put Jordan Shipley in on goal and he slotted home past Michael Cooper.

Argyle restored parity on 70 minutes after superb work by homegrown midfielder Adam Randell.

He set Whittaker away down the right and the cross was superbly tucked away by in-form striker Ennis, for his sixth goal of the season.

Town central defender Matthew Pennington shook the frame of the goal with a thundering header off the bar from a Tom Bayliss corner after five minutes.

Not long after Rob Street’s header bounced off the top of the bar from Elliott Bennett’s cross.

Argyle’s best first half chance came when Whittaker flashed a shot across the face of goal from Finn Azaz’s 19th minute corner.

Half time substitute osgrove came closest to scoring in the early second half exchanges but his close range shot was deflected wide by Tom Flanagan for a corner.

Attendance 15,322 (215) 

SWSN Star Adam Randell 


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