Wingers Jennison Myrie-Williams and Ashley Vincent were both on target as Vale came from behind to secure a brilliant away victory over Plymouth Argyle.
Micky Adams named an unchanged starting eleven for the seventh game in a row.
Plymouth’s Paul Wooton courted controversy early on when he booted the ball into the Vale dugout much to Micky Adams’ annoyance and the home side had the best chances early on.
They took the lead on 20 minutes thanks to a long-range strike from Robbie Williams and although Vale hit back with Myrie-Williams forcing a good save from goalkeeper Jake Cole, the home side lead at half-time.
Myrie-Williams 66 (pen)
The Valiants had an early chance in the second-half as Myrie-Williams broke but the winger was unable to beat keeper Cole. Vale then forced a succession of corners to no avail.
And on the hour mark, Vale were awarded a penalty as Ashley Vincent was brought down in the box. Jennison Myrie-Williams stepped up and sent the keeper the wrong way to level the scores. It was Myrie-Williams’ third successful penalty and fourth goal of the season.
Plymouth hit back almost immediately as Chris Neal was forced into a decent save.
But Vale came from behind to take the lead when Tom Pope played in Myrie-Williams and Vincent applied the finish to make it 2-1 to the Valiants. And with ten minutes left, sub Ryan Burge played in fellow sub Ben Williamson who netted his first of the season to secure an excellent away win for Micky Adams’ team.
And Vale almost made it four but sub Rob Taylor blazed over after more great work from Myrie-Williams.
But Micky Adams won’t be worrying about that miss too much as his side continued their fantastic start to the League Two season.
Vale: Neal, Duffy, McCombe, McDonald, Loft, Myrie-Williams, Morsy, Shuker (Burge), Vincent (Taylor), Pope, Dodds (Williamson)
Subs: Johnstone, Yates, Owen, Lloyd