Stanley boss John Coleman was satisfied with a point after his side’s entertaining 2-2 draw at Plymouth.

Joe Pritchard’s superb diving header put the Reds in front at Home Park with Luke Jephcott’s 16th of the season levelling things up just before the break.

Having laid on Pritchard's opener, Dion Charles then restored Stanley’s advantage before Niall Ennis’ goal 12 minutes from time ensured the game ended honours even.

Coleman said: “It was a cracking game. Great game for the neutral, not so much for your heart.

“I was sitting in the stands today, I wanted to be high up.

"It was windy and both teams got it down and passed it brilliantly and scored some great goals.

“Plymouth are a very good side, we knew that before we came here. But for 70 minutes we stopped them showing how good a side they are. The last 20 minutes they did show how good a side they are.

“In the end a draw is a fair result."

Pritchard’s goal came on 42 minutes with Jephcott converting Panutche Camara’s cross almost immediately for the first equaliser of the day.

But parity did not last long with Chelsea loanee Tariq Uwakwe squaring for Charles to score within a minute of the restart.

Ennis, part of a triple substitution by Argyle boss Ryan Lowe, then exchanged passes with Danny Mayor before powerfully side-footing home from close range through a crowded six-yard box.

"We are very disappointed to score and then concede so soon after in the first half," Coleman added.

“The double ricocheted favoured them and the lad can’t really miss.

“We get a great goal after half-time and then we looked strong and they came on strong for the last quarter of the game. They deservedly got the goal for the pressure they had and then it got very much end-to-end.

“Neither side were settling for the draw, that’s for sure. Both wanted to win it and it was a great advert for League One football.”