Chris Hughton: “Home Park was difficult for Fabrice.
“He is is a right winger, and the sort of pitch we had at Plymouth was not conducive for somebody you want to run at players.
“What Tamas Kadar, Tim Krul and more so Nile Ranger, learnt on a difficult pitchwill be invaluable.
“Nile has been able to give us an impact from the bench.
“Here was an opportunity for him to start.
“It is difficult when you are a young lad, and sometimes you forget how young he is.
“Ranger was up against hardened professional players, and you are not going to have your own way all of the time. He will learn from this.
“If I look at Plymouth’s game plan, it was very direct, looking to play off the big man up front and pick up a lot of the second balls.
“The reason why they play that way is because it is a strength of theirs – and also because of the conditions.”