Rangers will be kicking themselves this morning for missing out on getting a result against table toppers Plymouth Argyle. After only twenty minutes the score should have been 3-1 in our favour. After Brad Riggs had made an extrordinary goal line clearance when the Argyle striker was left with the goal at his mercy Rangers had three guilt edged chances but the superb finishing of Saturday deserted Dan, Ollie and Ash. It still required a magnificent save from the Argyle keeper to keep out a long range effort from Robbie Bowker which was followed by an equally good save from Dom Aplin which ensured the teams went in at half time on level terms.
Argyle upped the pace in the second half and in the 50th minute their pressure told and their striker scored with a low drive after having being time and space giving Dom no chance. When their keeper pulled off another blinding save from Dan Baily it looked like the game was destined to end 1-0 but Rangers introduced new signing James Ansell and Tom Beddow and they were both involved in a goalmouth scramble with only five minutes to go before the ball fell invitingly to Tom who blasted home the equaliser. Surely a well earned point for the visitors but in the dying minutes we switched off defensively and a hopeful left wing cross was somehow allowed to find it’s way to the back post where it was smashed home for the winner. They say that a side is at it’s most vulnerable after it has scored a goal and this was certainly the case on this occasion.