Doncaster Rovers forward Billy Sharp dedicates his late equaliser at Blackpool to his team's travelling supporters.
Doncaster Rovers striker Billy Sharp paid tribute to the Yorkshire club's travelling supporters after he earned his side a late draw at Blackpool in the Championship.
Andrew Halliday's debut goal had looked to have given Blackpool the three points, but Sharp, who rejoined from Southampton on loan, poked the ball home with six minutes left.
He told reporters: "It's not my best of goals but I got a touch. Nobody believes me but I got a touch!
"The fans have been fantastic since I've come back. I wanted to reward them for travelling."
Doncaster's draw at Bloomfield Road helped them climb out of the bottom three of the Championship table.
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