Plymouth Argyle manager John Sheridan told BBC Radio Devon:
"I think it was a very good performance in a big game for us, against a good team, a very good passing team and they've had some very good results away from home.
"Their effort to try and win the game and try and get something out of the game was brilliant and it has been since I've been here. We've just got to keep on doing that but that result is for the supporters.
"The support they've got for a club who's fighting relegation and has been doing it for a two or three years is unbelievable.
"We've just got to concentrate on ourselves, it's too tight at the bottom. The teams at the bottom are playing well and they're all fighting for a cause."
Exeter City manager Paul Tisdale told BBC Radio Devon:
"When you're lacking in some sort of cohesion in the side you're always too far away from the ball, you're never quite close enough. It appears you're not close enough to compete, you don't want to compete.
"We rarely had players who were consistently making good decisions and playing competent passes. Our game was fragmented and we have to move quickly on to Monday's game and look at the next 18 points.
"We are in a good position in the league, we've got a chance. We have to move to the next game and try to win it and be very, very careful not to be too miserable when you lose and not too buoyed when you win.
"We didn't challenge their back four enough and their penalty box enough. You want to come into these games and actually build some pressure because pressure often leads to mistakes, and it's those sort of things that wins the game."
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