Arsenal icon Ian Wright told his mum had died 30 seconds before going on TV


Rochdale equalised 10 minutes into the second period, but the Pilgrims won the game late on as Luke Jephcott struck the winner.

Plymouth are currently fourth in the League One table, while Rochdale are 13th in League Two so the result appeared to follow the script.

Wright is regarded as one of the finest strikers in Arsenal’s history and scored 153 goals in 257 appearances for the Gunners.

The former player was still plying his trade in non-league with Greenwich Borough in his early 20s, before being spotted by Crystal Palace.

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