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We were fantastic the first 45 minutes

Plymouth Argyle boss Ryan Lowe on his side's draw with Blackpool he felt it was his side's sloppiness that let Blackpool back into today's game after their  fantastic" first-half display.

It was probably one of the best we have played for a while in terms of keeping the ball and breaking the lines with passes, which we had worked on with the group.

To go in 1-0 was a little bit disappointing, we wanted to go in at two or three because we had the opportunities.
We knew they (Blackpool) were going to come out and put us under a little bit of pressure because that's what they do and they are in good form but it came from our sloppiness.

We have made a habit of that this season, of coming out in the second half and conceding stupid goals.

Ryan Lowe Post Blackpool



Ryan Hardie Post Blackpool



BLACKPOOL

Neil Critchley was disappointed with his side’s first-half performance in the 2-2 draw with Plymouth, but felt their reaction in the second half was much more like the side we have seen in recent weeks.

The Seasiders went in a goal behind on Saturday afternoon, after Ryan Hardie’s strike on his return to Bloomfield Road. A second half fightback from Blackpool with goals from Sullay Kaikai and Jerry Yates followed before Joe Edwards' late equaliser in the final minutes of the game forced Neil Critchley’s men to settle for a point.

It’s a difficult one to look at over the course of the 90 minutes,” Critchley said.

We were well off it in the first half. Plymouth were much the better team and caused us plenty of problems. We were thankful we came in just one goal behind at half-time.

In the second half, we were dominant. We came out flying and deservedly went 2-1 up, and had some opportunities to score a third. We just weren’t ruthless enough to get that important third goal and then you always run the risk of paying the price for that.

We’ve had a really tough schedule lately, with plenty of games week-in, week-out, so I can’t fault the players effort. Plymouth had a free week this week, and I think that showed at times.

Overall, I was disappointed in the first half, as that wasn’t us and how we know we can play. I was really pleased with the second half performance, and it keeps the unbeaten run going, which is good to see.

Meanwhile, Neil Critchley also confirmed after the game that CJ Hamilton and Matty Virtue will miss the rest of the season with metatarsal and ACL injuries. The Club wishes both players the very best in their recoveries.


Game reaction from Neil Critchley



Demetri Mitchell reaction to  Plymouth game


Well what more could be said would have took the draw before KO, but should have been out of sight by half time.
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Having now seen Coopers error for their goal for myself for their 1st further words are superfluous

Every manager that we come up against knows that he'll likely make an error or poor judgement or just plain piss poor keeping at least once a match... Its no good making "worldy" saves frankly

RL is clearly going to persist with him this season but we simply cant expect to go for a promotion push next season with a 1 goal liability each match
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