Plymouth manager Carl Fletcher was left disappointed after seeing his side lose 2-1 to AFC Wimbledon on Saturday.
Argyle thought they had claimed a point when Rhys Griffiths cancelled out Byron Harrison's opener by following up his own penalty to score after his initial spot-kick was saved by Dons goalkeeper Seb Brown in the 89th minute. However, Rashid Yussuff netted a last-gasp winner.
Fletcher said: "We obviously let ourselves down in the first half and then second half we went a bit more direct because we just weren't at the races with our passing.
"We kept huffing and puffing and then got back into the game with the penalty, and the goal. Then they got a deflected shot into the top of the goal, which is a bit hard to take. We left it for a while in the second half to see how we got on, and we weren't getting any joy so we changed it and I put Guy (Madjo) on.
"Even towards the end I had Guy, Rhys Griffiths and Nick Chadwick up there as well. It was a case of getting the ball forward as quickly as possible and seeing what we could pick up.
"We had a few half chances and eventually good work from Guy won us the penalty. I think their second goal got a deflection off Robbie Williams and then just floated into the top corner but I will have to see it again on the DVD."