LEAGUE TWO Lowe praises Argyle attitude

ryan lowePlymouth Argyle boss Ryan Lowe praised his side’s never-say-die spirit following a 2-2 League Two thriller in front of 11,405 against newcomers Salford City at Home Park.

Lowe said: “We will keep going until the end and that shows character because if you can’t get the win you want something from the game – and we got it.”

Dom Telford scored an 89th minute penalty, won by Callum McFadzean to cancel out Ibou Touray’s 79th minute header.

Jake Beesley put City ahead against the run of play with a 37th minute headed opener.

Playmaker Danny Mayor levelled with a superb strike from the left on 43 minutes.

Lowe said: “I would like to think we said we were going to bring entertaining football back here and we are still a long way to go from where we want to get to.

“The way we are and the way we play is exciting and expansive and I want us to be like that.

“You have to score when you are on top and we know that.

“Credit to Salford they have come here with a game plan and stuck to it, and caught us off guard a little if you like.

“Again overall we like to think we should have won the game.

“We had the chances, 27 shots, five on target, 10 blocked and the rest missed but that’s what we are about.

“We looked more like it tonight, it was just that final bit of scoring when we are on top, but that’s how it goes.

“When Danny Mayor is on it like he was tonight he is an exceptional player and I was a great goal but we want that from all the attacking players – taking shots from all angles – and they’ll give us it.

“We’re on track, on course, where we want to be.”

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