LEAGUE ONE Ryan Lowe's "building blocks"

Plymouth boss Ryan Lowe was reluctantly pleased with another “point in the right direction” as Argyle drew 1-1 at home to 10th placed Crewe Alexandra in League One.

The greens are now four unbeaten in cup and league ahead of Tuesday's trip to Lee Johnson's 8th placed Sunderland.

Lowe said: “It’s about building blocks and it’s another point in the right direction. Three would have been nice but we always say that.

“It wasn’t to be and so we move on from this now because it was a good, warranted point.”

Argyle ace Luke Jephcott fired the greens ahead from an 11th minute penalty to take his season’s tally to 15 goals, 13 in the league. Oli Finney levelled with a well taken 64th minute goal.

Lowe said: “We were very good throughout, first half especially.

“We always knew Crewe were going to have a good spell because they are a good team.

“We felt if we could nullify their runs off the back of our midfielders we’d be fine. They scored off the back of one of our lads.

“In terms of overall performance I thought we had plenty of chances to win the game, if not two games of football. We have just got to put the ball in the back of the net.

“We always carve out good chances and that comes back to the work we put in on the training pitch and the gameplans we put together.

“We are just wanting that one to fall to someone to put it in, maybe that little bit of luck, bit of fortune.

“It pleases me the way we work up the pitch to create chances. It will please me more when we start putting the ball in the back of the net more.”

Liverpudlian Lowe gave a 78th minute home debut to new loan signing Adam Lewis, a 21 year old left wing back from Liverpool.  

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