Pilgrims look at positives
MIDFIELDER Luke Young thought there were 'a lot of positives' to come out of Plymouth Argyle's 2-2 draw with table-topping Gillingham at Home Park on Saturday.
The result ended a sequence of four successive defeats in all competitions for the Greens.
It could have been even better for them, though, had former Argyle defender Adam Barrett not equalised in the 89th minute.
Young told Herald Sport: "Some people, the fans for example, might have taken a point from this game at the start, looking at our last results and who we were playing. But, as a group of players, we were going into the game to win it.
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"I think we did enough to win it but they (Gillingham) threw everything at us and, unfortunately, they nicked it right at the end.
"The tempo we played at was the key for us. From start to finish we were at them and they couldn't really handle it. All they threw at us, we dealt with well. I think we should have nicked it, personally, but you have got to look at the positives.
"There are a lot of positives, so we have got to try to take that into next Saturday."
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