Billy Sharp capped his ‘third’ debut for Doncaster Rovers with a late equaliser to salvage a point at Blackpool in the Championship.
Andy Halliday looked to have given the home side a win with his debut strike on 78 minutes but Sharp popped up with a late header to salvage a 1-1 draw for the visitors.
Doncaster boss Paul Dickov said: “It looks as though he (Billy Sharp) nicked it and that’s what he’s been brought here for.
“We played better and created more chances when we played Blackburn up here a few weeks ago and they beat us 1-0.
“But we’ve got a fox-in-the-box striker who can score you goals and today he’s managed to nick us a point.”