Scott Kashket fully intended to catch out Plymouth Argyle goalkeeper Michael Cooper with his inventive cross shot that opened the scoring at Home Park last night. Kashket opened the scoring in the early minutes of the game to mark his first goal for the club with a cracker and manager David Artell explained afterwards that the former Wycombe Wanderers had produced a similar goal earlier in his career.
Following the 1-1 draw with the in-form Pilgrims, Artell explained to the club’s official website: “I came out at half-time with Scott and said something and he went ‘no, no gaffer I meant to shoot’. He said that he saw him move and that he had scored similar goals in his career before.
“It is a terrific strike from him and there is no reason to disbelieve him. I am not going to question his honesty and it is a fantastic way to score your first goal for the club and hopefully there are more to come from him.”