Matt Scrafton's player ratings: Ex-Manchester United man highly influential as Blackpool held by Plymouth to another home draw

A stoppage-time equaliser from Plymouth Argyle denied Blackpool a third straight win in their bid to finish in the League One play-offs.

Sunday, 28th March 2021, 8:00 am
Demetri Mitchell was highly influential against Plymouth yesterday

Here's how Pool's players rated during today's 2-2 draw...

Claimed a number of crosses to help relieve pressure, but nothing he could have done about either of Plymouth’s goals.
A little restrained in the opening half, but combined well with Demetri Mitchell and offered more going forward in the second.

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Up against it during a tough first-half, but looked a lot more solid in the second alongside Daniel Gretarsson.
Hauled off at half-time with a calf complaint after a tough first-half up against the pacy Ryan Hardie.
Forced into a couple of mistakes by Plymouth’s high pressing, but still happy to take the ball under pressure.
Gave the ball away in some poor areas in the first-half, but took responsibility and always showed for the ball.
Hard-working and industrious once again. Had a shot well blocked and another effort well saved.
Main attacking threat throughout. Involved for Pool’s first goal and won the penalty for the second. Came close with a swerving shot.
Didn’t quite have the same impact as he had against both Oxford and Peterborough. Very quiet in the first-half especially.
Got Pool back on level terms with a close-range effort, but otherwise a little subdued. Took some heavy knocks early on.
Received no support whatsoever in the first-half, but improved in the second. Grabbed his 17th of the season from the spot.
For Thorniley, 46' Did well on his return from his lengthy injury lay-off. Made some vital interceptions and kept Ryan Hardie quiet.
For Embleton, 82' Didn’t have a great deal of time to make an impact, but might see more game time in the coming weeks.