Player ratings: How did Doncaster Rovers' players fare in the win over Wycombe Wanderers?
The Star's Paul Goodwin assesses the individual performances in today's impressive 3-0 victory.
MARKO MAROSI 6
Made a couple of important first half saves. A rush of blood later almost presented Bloomfield with an open goal.
NIALL MASON 6
Showed plenty of willingness to get up the line but his use of the ball occasionally let him down.
JOE WRIGHT 8
Dominated the aerial battle with Akinfenwa and Williams. Read the game well and made several important clearances.
ANDY BUTLER 7
Picked up a booking for a reckless tackle but it was a rare blemish during a composed performance.
DANNY ANDREW 7
Wasted some great crossing opportunities early on but, as the game went on, started to look more and more like the Andrew of last August.
HERBIE KANE 9
Sensational debut and first EFL appearance. Composed on the ball, can pick a pass, aggressive in his closing down, likes a tackle - on this evidence he is a serious find.
BEN WHITEMAN 8
His confidence and influence in the holding role grew as the game went on.
TOMMY ROWE 8
Knitted things together excellently, showed some superb touches and movement.
ALEX KIWOMYA 6
Not at his best but his pace and energy kept the Wycombe backline on their toes.
JOHN MARQUIS 7
Got through a lot of work with his back to goal and got on the scoresheet again for good measure.
MALLIK WILKS 8
Followed up a below par first half with a second period display befitting of his ‘showman’ status. Another brilliant strike to find the net.
JAMES COPPINGER 6
A wise head to bring off the bench.
MATTY BLAIR N/A
Excellent assist for Marquis’s goal.
PAUL TAYLOR N/A
Tried to get stuck in.
SUBS NOT USED
Ian Lawlor, Tom Anderson, Danny Amos, Alfie May.
Ryan Allsop 6, Sido Jombati 6, Joe Jacobson 6, Anthony Stewart 6, Adam El-Abd 6, Sam Saunders 6 (Craig Mackail-Smith 79), Marcus Bean 6 (Dominic Gape 69, 6), Matthew Bloomfield 7, Bryan Morris 7 (Nick Freeman 69, 6), Adebayo Akinfenwa 6, Randell Williams 7. Subs not used: Yves Ma-Kalambay, Jason McCarthy, Curtis Thompson.
Carl Boyeson (Surrey)