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6:52am 10th October 2012
Despite injury problems, Plymouth Argyle are through to the quarter-finals of the Johnson's Paint Trophy.
The Pilgrims beat Aldershot 2-1 at Home Park on Tuesday night.
Andres Gurrieri got the first goal and says he feels like the happiest man in Plymouth: "So pleased because I've scored my first goal for Plymouth and it's my first goal in England as well. I'm even happier for the victory because the team worked really hard and yeah, we won."
Argyle will find out who they will face on Saturday.
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