LISTEN: The Last Word - We reflect on Doncaster Rovers' draw with Sunderland, talking tactics, playing out and goalkeepers

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Doncaster Rovers got away with one in their latest outing as a last gasp equaliser from Fejiri Okenabirhie earned them a point against Sunderland in a game where they were decidedly second best.

Reflecting on the result and performance, the Free Press' Liam Hoden and Paul Goodwin are joined by former DFP sports editor Peter Catt for the latest edition of The Last Word for our podcast DONcast.

Black Cats fans Paul speaks about what Sunderland did to stop Rovers from playing, in particular the job done by striker Charlie Wyke in tracking Ben Whiteman everywhere he went.

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They discuss how Rovers were let back into the game and where it went wrong for Darren Moore's side on the day.

DONcast - The Doncaster Rovers podcast from the Doncaster Free PressDONcast - The Doncaster Rovers podcast from the Doncaster Free Press
DONcast - The Doncaster Rovers podcast from the Doncaster Free Press

And they talk the goalkeeping situation at the club after a week of upheaval between the sticks.

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