Latics earn a valuable point away at Plymouth Argyle
Date published: 09 September 2019
Latics Manager Laurent Banide
Oldham Athletic bounced back from League Two defeats, to draw 2-2 against Plymouth Argyle at Home Park.
Oldham opened the scoring against the run of play following a 27th-minute counter-attack as Johan Branger fired an unstoppable low angled drive past the diving Alex Palmer from the left into the far corner.
Just two minutes earlier defender Niall Canavan had cleared Filipe Morais' looping header off the Argyle goal-line, with Palmer beaten.
Central defender Scott Wootton levelled with a close-range 31st-minute header, powering Josh Grant's headed cross into the roof of the Oldham net.
Argyle took the lead when wing-back Callum McFadzean's angled cross was swept home by fit-again striker Byron Moore on 74 minutes, but it was short-lived.
Oldham skipper and central defender David Wheater leapt to head the visitors level from Branger's 77th-minute corner.
Oldham goalkeeper Gary Woods made a last-minute point-blank stop to deny substitute striker Zak Rudden as the on-loan Rangers forward slid in to meet McFadzean's cross.
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