Skipper Confident Pool Aren't Far Away
Danny Pugh believes if Blackpool continue to perform as impressively as they did on Saturday then the points will inevitably follow.
The Seasiders created the majority of the chances against Plymouth, but were hit by a sucker punch from a set piece.
Having hit the bar and had an effort cleared off the line, 10-man Pool deemed themselves unlucky and Pugh echoed hose thoughts.
“If you get the good performances results are going to follow,” said Pugh. “We know it’s going to come, we’re improving as a team and as a group and we’re positive that we’ll come back from this.
“Even when we went down to ten men we always thought we’d get a chance. We kept going and still looked like the team that was going to score.
“We created enough chances to win the game but switched off once in the whole 90 minutes and were punished.”
Blackpool should have been ahead at the break, with a combination of wasteful finishing and Luke McCormick keeping the visitors level, which eventually proved costly.
“It’s happened in a couple of games where we haven’t taken the chances when they’ve fallen to us and we’ve been punished.
“We’d rather be making the chances, the lads will keep getting into good positions and the goals will start coming,” he added.