An even start to this game saw both teams creating chances early which neither were able to take, the flow to the whole match was disrupted a little too often by the umpires whistles and cards which were evenly distributed between both teams. However, Bude broke the deadlock just before half time when Adam Symonds made a sharp turn and snap shot from the top of the D that rose nicely past the keeper and into the back of the net. Plymouth started the second half the better and were soon level when a neat reverse strike under pressure richoeted into the bottom corner off the Bude keepers pads. An edgy nervous affair then began with both sides unable to fully control the game as they would have liked but Bude got the breakthrough as Adam was on hand to get his second as he forced home a rebound from close range. Plymouth responded almost immediately as poor marking let them in unopposed with the very next attack to level the scores. As the game wore on a draw seemed a fair and inevitable result but a hugely debatable decision from the umpires awarded Plymouth a late short corner which then hit a Bude foot resulting in second short corner and the final whistle then went which meant this would be the last play of the game and Plymouth took their opportunity slotting home at the near post to grab all 3 points. The result was another tough one for the Bude team to take as they know deep down they could and should have played better against bottom of league Plymouth especially if they intend to take points from these potentially easier fixtures, yet there is plenty of promising play as youngster Cayden Gil had another superb match gaining him another man of the match award.
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