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Plymouth Argyle Out of Cup
6:57am 29th August 2012
Plymouth are out of the league cup... but only just.
The lost to Championship side Burnley three-two on penalties on Tuesday night.
The Pilgrims equipped themselves well against superior opposition and were unlucky to go behind to Charlie Austin header before half-time..
However, in the last minute of the 90, Robbie Williams' penalty restored parity and extra-time ensued.
The extra 30 minute remained goalless and despite a save from Cole in the shoot-out, the Pilgrims lost out 3-2.
Pilgrims goalie Jake Cole said: "I love penalty shoot outs. I really enjoy them. I managed to get the first one. Got my hands on the second one. It was disappointing not to go through on penalties but it was a good effort with the boys."
Hear the thoughts of boss Carl Fletcher here...
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