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Argyle halt slide: Match Review

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Plymouth ended their four-match losing streak with a 2-1 League One win over struggling Dagenham.

Northern Ireland international Rory Patterson swept home Argyle's 83rd-minute winner after being teed up by fellow substitute Joe Mason.

Gavin Tomlin volleyed the Daggers into a ninth-minute lead with a superb finish from Medy Elito's sweeping cross from the right.

Tomlin could have doubled his advantage in the second half but for a block by home defender Stephane Zubar, who also made a brilliant block to deny Romain Vincelot as he sped through on goal.

But home skipper Craig Noone went solo to restore parity following a mazy 62nd-minute run before Patterson sealed victory seven minutes from time.

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Colchester United
Joe Mason
Internationals
Dagenham & Redbridge
Football
Medy Elito
League One
Medy Elito
Craig Noone
Gavin Tomlin

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