Warren Feeney scored two penalties as Plymouth produced a remarkable comeback to earn an unlikely win at Morecambe.
The hosts went two up thanks to a close-range effort from Jack Redshaw and a Richard Brodie penalty after he was felled by Argyle's Durrell Berry.
Ross Jenkins then began the fightback for the visitors when he found the top right corner from outside the area.
And Feeney won the game from the spot, firing in after Izak Reid handled and then after a foul on Paris Cowan-Hall.
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Plymouth Argyle manager Carl Fletcher tells BBC Radio Devon:
"We felt we dominated the game really and individual mistakes meant we were 2-0. In terms of general play and overall performance I felt we were fully in control.
"The lads stuck to their belief, stuck to their guns and we got the win.
(On new loan signing Ross Jenkins) "He only trained yesterday (Friday) and he's a good player so it was a no-brainer. The energy in midfield today was really good, we found little pockets.
"It's the fact they believe in what they're doing, you only have to see their performance on the ball, we were playing penetrating football."