Nine-man Plymouth were left heartbroken after conceding two goals deep inside stoppage time in a 4-2 loss at Oldham.

Plymouth's first red card came after just four minutes after Bondz N'Gala hauled down Oumare Tounkara in the box.

Dale Stephens crashed in the Oldham penalty but Craig Noone levelled two minutes later with a 20-yard drive into the far corner.

Kari Arnason was the next dismissal, just before the break, as he received a straight red for violent conduct after clattering Lewis Alessandra.

Yet Plymouth stole the lead after 48 minutes when Bradley Wright-Phillips finished superbly for his eighth goal of the season.

Oldham poured forward and Tounkara equalised with a close-range header but Plymouth produced a heroic defensive effort.

Then in the 93rd minute Jean-Yves M'Voto nodded in at the far post before Dean Kelly sealed Oldham's win with a diving header.

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