Manager Micky Adams told the media that Plymouth “couldn’t live with” Vale’s “outstanding” wingers as the team came from behind to win at Plymouth.
Ashley and Jennison were outstanding in the second half and Plymouth really couldn’t live with them
Adams told BBC Radio Stoke: “I didn’t think we got going first-half and we looked a little bit tired and lethargic. They’d done their homework and I thought they were deservedly winning at half-time but I knew we could get better.
“There were no histrionics in the dressing room at half-time. We wanted to emphasise that we’re at our best when we play at a tempo.
“Ashley and Jennison were outstanding in the second half and Plymouth really couldn’t live with them.
“We don’t have to rely on the goal machine, Pope, it’s nice that other people joined in [with the goals].
“I was reallypleased with the subs that came on to the pitch and I thought they all made an impact. When Burge and Taylor came onto the pitch and Ben Williamson got his goal it gave me food for thought.
“we’re enjoying it at the moment, there was good support from the supporters and the second-half was more like it.”