Honest Sheridan holds hands up

Plymouth boss John Sheridan had no complaints about the result after seeing his side go down 2-1 at Bristol Rovers.

Last Updated: 08/03/14 at 21:17

John Sheridan: Has no complaints

John Sheridan: Has no complaints

Kaid Mohamed headed the 78th-minute winner for the hosts after Neal Trotman had cancelled out Chris Beardsley's opener.

Sheridan said: "The pitch was tricky and a blustery wind made conditions more difficult, but Rovers handled them better than we did.

"We didn't play as well as we have been doing recently and can have no complaints. I didn't think we really got started and we conceded two very poor goals.

"One was from a long throw and the other when we should have done more to block the cross. The defending wasn't good enough.

"But the lads kept going and it still took a fantastic save at the end to deny us a point. I would have been happy with a draw before the game and we almost got one."

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