Lonwijk proved to have a capable weaker foot when needed, and used his cultured right one to good use throughout.
Plymouth Argyle have strung plenty of wins together, conceded a stoppage time equaliser in a 2-2 draw at Portsmouth, and have the chance to go top of the league as Ipswich Town come to Home Park
It’s as clear an example as I can remember of a sub changing the game for the better. It would be a disappointment not to see him in the starting line-up against Ipswich.
There may be a few holes Argyle can look to exploit, but Portsmouth don’t have many. Indeed, I would argue that Portsmouth away is probably the hardest fixture Argyle could have faced at this stage of the season
He did all the stuff he usually does: winning headers and physical ground duels perfectly. He also showed great composure at getting the ball out from the back
A new addition to the Argyle Life family, Monthly Reviews will be a quick and easily digestible posts about things from Argyle and the World of Football that’s caught our eye this last month. So, without keeping you waiting, here’s what's caught the eye in August....