EbeneInfo – GB – Fleetwood Town 5-1 Plymouth Argyle: Pilgrims remain winless in Ligue 1 away from home


Dominant performance of Fleetwood Town will be a wake-up call for Ryan Lowe’s high-flying pilgrims

The match, which saw Plymouth Argyle make all five substitutions before the start of the second half, still seemed to end in one direction

Goals from Sam Finley, Wes Burns, Charlie Mulgrew and a brace from Callum Camps made it look like men versus boys

A consolation goal from Luke Jephcott didn’t do much for the Pilgrims and added time sent for Niall Canavan rubbed salt into the wounds

Argyle organized events and had the chance to strike early Byron Moore sent a low cross into the box, with Dom Telford at the near post of the target The striker put his foot there, but the stab was blocked by a Fleetwood defender

Fleetwood opened accounts in the third minute Panutche Camara was dispossessed by Finley who ran from deep before shooting out of the box A deflection helped his effort on Argyle goalkeeper Mike Cooper

The Trawlermens doubled their lead three minutes later A header, courtesy of Paddy Madden, landed at the feet of Camps in the pilgrims’ box who managed to get the ball past Cooper before placing it in the empty net

Argyle didn’t look disheartened, however, having a chance from them shortly after A first pass from Telford found Danny Mayor on the left flank The Pilgrims’ talisman entered the box, forcing a backup of Jayson Leutwiler

A short period of possession followed for Argyle, but nothing came of it until Fleetwood took over the reins

A good 32nd minute Cooper save kept Argyle’s hope of a comeback, as he dove low to meet Josh Morris’ curling effort from the edge of the box

This hope died quickly as Fleetwood scored three good goals at the end of the half Camps started the attack with a smart roulette around Mayor, a ball over the defense played Burns behind where he had raised the ball on Cooper before running off to celebrate

A triple halftime substitution for Argyle saw Jerome Opoku, Conor Grant and Dom Telford give way to Niall Canavan, Ryan Hardie and Luke Jephcott

However, it was pretty much the same in the second half of the year, with Fleetwood remaining in flux

Mulgrew led Fleetwood’s fourth in the 54th minute A free kick from the left, thrown by Morris, was greeted by the center-back in the penalty area

It looked like Camps missed the opportunity to grab a second after being played head-to-head into the box but placing his shot on the wrong side of the post

He quickly fixed that, collecting Moore’s lackluster clearance on the edge of the box before firing a shot into the roof of the net – bringing Fleetwood’s total to five

Jephcott managed to limit the damage to Argyle’s goal difference late in the game Frank Nouble’s first cross was met by the Welsh U21 international who flew at home

Canavan caused more headaches for the Pilgrims, receiving a second yellow in added time for a poor challenge over forward Ched Evans

Argyle has yet to win away in the league, collecting just two points on the road

The Pilgrims’ last away victory came in February thanks to a 92nd-minute winner against Salford City

It will undoubtedly be frustrating for Lowe and his team, who look like a different team today than they did five days ago against Portsmouth

Many goals today stem from individual mistakes, similar to the performances at the start of the season

The defense was easily beaten by bullets and failed to clear danger when called out

With strong defensive performances against Portsmouth, Charlton Athletic and Doncaster Rovers, it looked like Argyle had said goodbye to their defensive problems

The attacking midfielder was highlighted in the match preview as a player to watch, having scored a brace in the last game against the Bristol Rovers, and he didn’t disappoint – making a even today

He was arguably the best player on the pitch and remained untouchable for most of the game

Morris is infamous for members of the Green Army, so it was only fitting that he performed well

Morris created both Fleetwood’s goals in the second half and looked like a threat every time he took the ball The winger was also unlucky enough not to score a goal in the first half

Fleetwood: Leutwiler (GK), T Edwards, Connolly (captain), Mulgrew, Andrew, Finley (Coutts 68 ‘), Rossiter (Whelan 57’), Camps, Burns (Duffy 68 ‘), Morris (McKay 68’ ), Madden (Evans 57 ‘)

Plymouth: M Cooper (GK), Watts, Opoku (Canavan 45 ‘), Aimson (Wootton 37’), J Edwards (captain), Grant (Jephcott 45 ‘), Camara (Fornah 10’), Mayor, Moore , Telford (Hardie 45 ‘), Nouble

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EbeneInfo – GB – Fleetwood Town 5-1 Plymouth Argyle: Pilgrims remain winless in League One far from at their home
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Source: https://www.vavel.com/en/football/2020/11/21/1047793-fleetwood-town-5-1-plymouth-argyle-pilgrims-remain-winless-in-league-one-away-from-home.html

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