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Luke McCullough belied the conditions to pick out passes with such accuracy I feared raising my arm above my head for finding a ball at my feet.
In total 2,609 Doncaster fans travelled, knowing all too well their team had not won in Rotherham since 1985.
Opting for 4-4-2, Rovers were at Fleetwood from the first minute and despite several changes, gave the appearance of a settled team.
Rovers produce a performance so abject that they managed to make an average League One side look like Champions League material.
The first half’s only notable moment? The fantastic 26th minute show of appreciation for James Coppinger’s 500th League appearance for Rovers.
James Coppinger fired the visitors into the lead within five minutes after goalkeeper Stephen Henderson was unable to keep out his drilled effort.
Sadly, it often takes more than a nod and a wink from a man who reads out the latest football scores to conquer addiction.
Losing two first-team centre-backs to injury would be a problem for any team. Losing another within the first twenty minutes of your next match spells disaster
Rovers pressure eventually came to fruition when Tyler Garratt’s cross was guided home by the beautiful head of Alfie Beestin
Rovers, who had looked dead and buried at 2-0 down were now level and they could have snatched all the points right at the death.