Crawley Town 0-5 Doncaster- Match Report

Crawley Town 0-5 Doncaster: Match Report - view commentary, squad, and statistics of the game as it happened.Rovers roar back in styleDoncaster crusied to their first win in four games with a crushing 5-0 victory at 10-man Crawley.Rovers took the lead eight minutes before the break when defender Andy Butler scrambled home his third goal of the season after Crawley failed to deal with a free-kick by Richie Wellens.Midfielder Wellens extended Rovers lead in the 56th minute with a simple finish at the far post after fine work from Kyle Bennett.Nathan Tyson made it 3-0 with a cool finish over the head of Price in the 64th minute following a through ball by Enda Stevens.Crawley skipper Joe Walsh received a straight red card for throwing a punch three minutes later and Harry Forrester hit Rovers' fourth after 74 minutes with a low shot.Doncaster's Theo Robinson wasted two further good opportunities before fellow substitute Curtis Main completed the rout with a long-range drive in the first minute of stoppage time.Rovers dominated throughout at the stadium and midfielder Forrester should have put them ahead in only the second minute when his left-footed shot was blocked by goalkeeper Lewis Price.Dean Furman planted a header over for Doncaster following a run by Paul Keegan before Tyson, playing as the loan striker, had a shot charged down.Doncaster defender Stevens was booked for a foul on Anthony Wordsworth, who then went close for Crawley with the resulting free-kick, which flew narrowly wide.Crawley goalkeeper Lewis Price came to his side's rescue by deflecting a goal-bound shot from Tyson.The relegation-threatened hosts rarely looked like scoring, although Izale McLeod forced a save from Stephen Bywater with a shot from the edge of the penalty area

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