RONAN Curtis came off the bench to help inspire Portsmouth to a two-goal comeback against Plymouth yesterday in League One.
Curtis replaced Michael Jacobs on the hour and Portsmouth had to battle back from two down.
Luke Jephcott broke the dreadlocks with less than 20 minutes to play and it was Jephcott who doubled the lead following a quick break.
However, Curtis kick-started an incredible fightback when he cut onto his left foot and impressively found the net from a tight angle. It was a fifth goal of the season for the St Johnston man.
Just seconds later, James Bolton headed home to secure a share of the spoils for Pompey.