Amadou Bakayoko scores first Coventry City goal in win over Plymouth Argyle.

Amadou Bakayoko scored his first Coventry City League One goal in win over Plymouth Argyle on Saturday. 

The Sky Blue side managed their first 1-0 win of the season over 10-man Plymouth Argyle at home.

The Sierra Leone-born opened the scoring from the penalty spot.

In a match with few clear-cut chances, Amadou Bakayoko’s 42nd-minute penalty proved the difference between the sides.

The striker’s first goal in sky blue came when referee Darren Drysdale adjudged Jordy Hiwula to have been tripped as he cut into the box from the left.

Plymouth’s ended the contest with ten-men after Jamie Ness was sent off in 58th-minutes.

He joined Coventry City from Walsall for an undisclosed fee.

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