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Even though they couldn’t be spurred on by a crowd, Argyle had enough energy in the closing stages to roll over their opponents.
What a game. Attacking flair, defensive incompetence, excellent finishes and wasted opportunities for even more.
Plymouth Argyle threw away two points today, but they still took a point from Fratton Park, making it 8/12 points in the past four away games.
Plymouth Argyle are no longer the worst side away from home in League One after back-to-back wins at Sunderland and Swindon Town.
Monday night saw Plymouth Argyle come out the hat as ball number one as they drew Premier League opponents Sheffield United.
When you see the gulf between Canavan and the others, it does become difficult to dispute that he was at the very least competent.
Argyle will travel to Sheffield United in the fourth round, with either Millwall or Bristol City awaiting the winners in the fifth.
It will come as little surprise to anyone that the player of the month was Luke Jephcott, who scored 5 of the 7 goals for Argyle in December.
Argyle’s domination of possession allowed them to create chances at a greater rate than their opponents, but they were left holding on.