The Football League Paper - - LEAGUE TWO - By Tim Mor­riss

PLY­MOUTH boss Derek Adams re­fused to be down­beat af­ter his side missed the chance to go top of League Two.

The visi­tors struck the bar twice as Mans­field re­cov­ered from a slow start to re­main un­beaten at home this sea­son in an en­ter­tain­ing goal­less draw.

And de­spite miss­ing out on the sum­mit Adams was happy with a point.

Adams said:“It is def­i­nitely two points lost, but it is very early in the sea­son. It is not about go­ing top, it is about putting to­gether per­for­mances. We had plenty of good op­por­tu­ni­ties, par­tic­u­larly in the first half, but some­times you have to go away from home and take a point.

“We prob­a­bly should have been out of sight at half-time.

“We played very well for the first 30 min­utes and could have scored four or five goals when we to­tally dom­i­nated. I am de­lighted with the play

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