The Yorkshire Post’s Richard Hercock rates how Doncaster Rovers’ players performed in today’s 3-3 draw with Blackpool at the Keepmoat Stadium.
Here’s how the players rated...
Ian Lawlor 6
The Rovers goalkeeper had no chance to keep out Sean Longstaff’s long-range striker on 38 minutes. Victim of some quality finishing.
Matty Blair 7
Grafted hard, as usual, and he got an assist for Rovers’ second goal in first-half stoppage time.
Joe Wright 6
Youngster was composed in the heart of Doncaster’s defence.
Andy Butler 7
Typical display from the giant defender. Made crucial blocks in his own box, and was a threat in the opposition box.
Danny Andrew 7
Eye-catching display from the Doncaster left-back. Always eager to get forward.
Niall Mason 6
Solid in defence, and delivered a constant flow of lovely diagonal balls to service his front line.
Ben Whiteman 6
Tidy in midfield, as Doncaster enjoyed good possession in the middle of the park. Booked for diving, late in the game.
Tommy Rowe 7
Was unlucky not to claim the first goal, it was his spectacular effort which came back off the crossbar before hitting goalkeeper Ryan Allsop and dropping into the net.
James Coppinger 6
What else can you say about the captain? Hardly ever seems to have a bad game for Rovers, but this wasn’t one of his best.
John Marquis 8
A predatory finish in first-half stoppage time and a constant threat to the Blackpool defence.
Liam Manderville 6
A willing runner, and does the hard yards which don’t always get noticed - or the headlines. Was replaced by Alfie May on 60 minutes.
Alfie May 7
The in-form striker replaced Manderville. Netted the third goal for Rovers. Has touches of Jamie Vardy about his play.
Rodney Kongolo 7
Replaced Coppinger on 72 minutes. Quick feet and played a key part in Doncaster’s third goal.
Issam Ben Khemis