Plymouth boss Peter Reid has hailed the impact of striker Rory Fallon following the victory over Huddersfield.
The New Zealand international, in only his second game since returning from a hernia operation, set up both goals for Bradley Wright-Phillips in the 2-1 win and also had a 54th-minute header of his own ruled out for a push.
Reid told the Plymouth Herald: "It's difficult to single out people because they all played well, but I thought Fallon, who isn't everybody's cup of tea in the stadium, was fantastic.
"I don't criticise referees, but I disagree with his decision on the goal.
"It was a fantastic leap and a fantastic goal, and I thought he was really unlucky to get that one chalked off."