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AUDIO: Plymouth Argyle Defeat to Burton Albion
5:44am 8th November 2012
The Plymouth boss admits he is not sure how his team turned in their fourth defeat in a row.
Argyle went down 2-1 to Burton Albion on Wednesday night and Carl Fletcher reckons it could be a hangover from Sunday's FA Cup exit.
Following a low-key first-half the match sprang into life in the second period.
Paris Cowan-Hall scored his fourth goal of the season after some fine artistry by Warren Feeney but the Pilgrims were pegged back 16 minutes from time.
Nathan Stanton headed in to reduce the arrears for the visitors before Robbie Weir headed in the winner for the Brewers five minutes later.
Fletch said: "From dominating the game, controlling the tempo and creating chances in complete control, we lost it 2-1. I'm not sure how we've actually done that from that position."
Hear his reaction to the match here...
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