Argyle kids rue missed chances
The Herald|December 07, 2021
PLYMOUTH Argyle's under-18s can hold their heads up high despite losing their FA Youth Cup third-round tie to Brighton & Hove Albion at Home Park.
MIKE SAMPSON

PLYMOUTH ARGYLE U18s...........1

BRIGHTON & HAU18s.................2

Darren Way's side were the better side in the first half, but sprurned three decent chances, while the Seagulls were gifted a soft penalty.

The home side almost had the perfect start when Oscar Rutherford unleashed a blistering drive only for the ball to strike central defender Leigh Kavanagh and fly to safety after only 20 seconds.

Kavanagh almost turned villian as his slip let in Freddie Issaka, but goalkeeper Tommy Reid saved his blushes by rushing off his line to block the youngsters shot.

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