Date: 20th November 2010 at 9:57pm
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Doncaster Rovers boss Sean O’Driscoll says he prefers to concentrate on the positives and not the negatives after his side conceded a 93rd minute equaliser against the Swans at the Keepmoat Stadium today.

Rovers were looking good for the win but Angel Rangel got the vital goal very late on that shared the points.

O’Driscoll was happy how his side limited the Swans to few chances in front of goal.

‘It was a point shared and I don’t think you could begrudge Swansea; they’re a good team and they had possession of the football,’

‘If you had said to me before the game that we would restrict them to the amount of chances that they had, I would have taken it. Ironically, they have scored from a typical Championship play with a route one pass.’

‘I thought that our game plan worked, we stuck to it and we were dangerous when we had possession. Maybe we could have finished them off in the second half; Copps has gone through and was one-on-one with their ‘keeper – but credit to the goalkeeper, he’s stated in the paper that he’s not had a lot to do this season, but today he’s pulled off a couple of great saves to keep them in the game.’

‘This is a difficult division and every point is precious for teams like us. I would rather focus on the positive things than bemoan the fact that we didn’t get the three points.’