Doncaster goalkeeper Neil Sullivan took great satisfaction from keeping his second clean sheet of the season in the goalless Yorkshire derby draw against Leeds.
Leeds striker Davide Somma and Rovers midfielder Dean Shiels both hit the woodwork in the first period, while Sullivan twice denied the former in one on ones to help secure his side a point that lifted them into third place in the table.
Sullivan said: "It was a tough game. I don't think it was your typical 0-0 game. I thought both teams, especially us in the first half, pushed and had chances in front of goal.
"We could have scored a couple of goals and they put us under a bit of pressure - but I thought we coped quite well.
"We've kept a clean sheet, which is nice. It's the first one that we have kept since the opening game of the season against Preston.
"I thought we defended very well. Muzzy (Mustapha Dumbuya) was voted man of the match and he did exceptionally well again. We look alright, we look settled, solid and we look hard to beat."