Doncaster Rovers boss Darren Ferguson felt it was a big win after seeing his side win 3-0 at Plymouth Argyle.
The win ended a run of six games without a win for Doncaster and Ferguson says his side managed the game really well.
‘I’m delighted with a lot that went on this afternoon,’ Ferguson told BBC Radio Sheffield.
‘A clean sheet, three goals, could have had more. We managed the game very well.
‘We were strong mentally because after Wednesday night there was quite a few tired legs out there.
‘I felt the substitutions that came on gave us a real freshness.
‘I’m delighted. It’s a big, big win for us.’
Andy Butler headed Doncaster ahead on 19 minutes and the lead was doubled just before the hour when John Marquis fired home from close range.
Doncaster saved the best until last when Alfie May steered the ball home after a well-worked move.
Doncaster now return to the Keepmoat in midweek when they welcome league leaders Shrewsbury Town.
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