Plymouth 1-1 Bristol Rovers- Match Report

Ellis Harrison's late penalty earns Bristol Rovers a pointBristol Rovers substitute Ellis Harrison won and scored a stoppage-time penalty as the Pirates drew 1-1 at Sky Bet League Two high-fliers Plymouth.Harrison was felled by keeper Luke McCormick as Rovers caught Argyle, who had just scored themselves, napping at the death.McCormick had made two superb saves in the first half as Matty Taylor looked to end Rovers' recent goal drought.Taylor forced McCormick into a full-length stop and although the keeper could not hold on to the ball, the defence did well to clear any danger.Argyle had the better of the first half hour with Graham Carey's 30-yard shot forcing Lee Nicholls to make a diving save.Plymouth must have thought they had won the game when Jake Jervis slid in to convert substitute Gregg Wylde's cross from the left in the 85th minute.As it was, they could have lost as McCormick made a point-blank save to deny Harrison from a brilliant diving header with the score at 1-1 in the eighth minute of stoppage time

Source : PA

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