Shrewsbury 1-2 Doncaster- Match Report

Last updated : 20 October 2015
Darren Ferguson wins his first game as Doncaster managerDarren Ferguson made a winning start as Doncaster manager with Keshi Anderson's late goal sealing a 2-1 victory at Shrewsbury.There were just three minutes left when Anderson, on loan from Crystal Palace, drilled home a powerful shot from eight yards after being set up by Cameron Stewart.Doncaster earlier raced into a 14th-minute lead with captain James Coppinger keeping his cool to drill home a left-footed shot from 12 yards after a blocked shot from Richie Wellens kindly ran his way.Shrewsbury goalkeeper Jayson Leutwiler also needed to be alert to tip a Stewart free kick over the bar while he then came charging off his line to keep out a Nathan Tyson shot with his legs.But Shrewsbury responded well to falling behind and nearly equalised when Sullay Kaikai's 20-yard drive was saved by Thorsten Stuckmann and Larnell Cole's follow up hit the post.The leveller the hosts threatened arrived in the 27th minute with defender Nat Knight-Percival powering home a near post header from Liam Lawrence's corner.Shrewsbury might have been in front by the break but Stuckmann just managed to divert a stinging shot from Cole which moved in the air wide.Kaikai and Cole both missed good chances for Shrewsbury in the second half before Anderson fired the winner to clinch a first away win of the season for Doncaster

Source : PA

Source: PA