Rory Fallon netted for the second match in a row as Plymouth Argyle scored a late winner to overcome Scunthorpe United 2-1.

The New Zealand international powered a header into the bottom-left corner of the net in the 57th minute to give the Pilgrims the lead.

Scunthorpe's Gary Hooper got his side back on level terms with a 75th minute penalty but a minute later, Plymouth were awarded a spot-kick of their own and Alan Judge duly slotted to give the home side the lead.

Fallon was busy throughout the match and had many other chances to score but had to settle for just the one goal but knowing it helped give Plymouth a much-needed three points and put them a step closer to climbing out of the relegation zone.