Doncaster manager Sean O'Driscoll was naturally delighted to emerge 3-1 victors over Norwich but was also disappointed with the way in which his side failed to see off the game when 2-0 ahead.
James Coppinger had already bagged a brace either side of the break - the first a stunning strike - when Norwich found the net through Russell Martin just after the hour mark and briefly threatened.
And Doncaster only made sure of victory, their third of the season, when Coppinger claimed the matchball courtesy of a deflected 86th-minute free-kick.
O'Driscoll said: "It was enjoyable for us apart from a spell of about 20 minutes in the second half when we made bad decision after bad decision.
"When you are 2-0 up in this league, Championship sides kill you off but we don't seem to be able to do that. We let them back into the game but, having said that, I think they are a good team and they'll be there or thereabouts at the end of the season.
Commenting on Coppinger's hat-trick, he added: "He's been terrific and he deserved that. When he first came he wanted to walk the ball into the net but the first goal was a super strike from way outside the area."