We deserved at least a point for the second-half performance.
I thought we were a bit off it in the first half and something was missing.
But there was a lot more fire in the bellies after the break.
I thought we upped it all over the pitch and looked a lot better in the second half.
There was more tempo, more belief and they looked like they all rolled their sleeves up to get back into the game.
My man of the match was Simon Eastwood.
He is obviously taking on board a few things that Alan Knight is telling him to do.
He looks more aggressive, he is telling his defenders where they need to be, his handling was good and he made two really smart saves.
I have been a critic of his this season. At times, I felt he needed to be a bit more dominant, be more vocal and command his area a bit more.
But I was really pleased for him. He looks like he has worked on that and is growing in confidence.
For a team who are top of the table, Doncaster really didn’t create too many opportunities.
There was the one-on-one in the first half, but Eastwood did really well.
And the other one was late on when the goalkeeper did well to make a save. He certainly didn’t have any chance with their goal.
For our equaliser, in commentary I was praising David Connolly because I thought it was a brilliant dummy. Then I heard it had bobbled and gone under his foot!
Oh well, however it happened, it was great to see Jed Wallace stick it in the back of the net.
It was a good, tidy finish and he missed a couple up at Leyton Orient, so it was good that he didn’t snatch at it.
John Akinde made a difference when he came on and Connolly dropped in the hole. That’s a ploy that may work in the future.
But although we are down the bottom and they are going for promotion, I don’t think it really looked that way.
There isn’t much between any of the sides in this division and it frustrates me that we are probably going down because if we’d had this side at Christmas I would have fancied us to stay up and maybe even look higher up.
The players are playing for each other and they look like a team again.
They are all pulling for each other out there and they are looking like a proper team who know each other now.
I’m really pleased for Guy Whittingham and Andy Awford that their hard work has paid off and they are starting to get a few results.
But I’m also pleased for those superb supporters. There were more than 500 up there at Doncaster and they made all the noise all game.
At long last, they have been given something to shout about.