John Coleman says his side showed a "lack of quality" during their FA Cup defeat against Doncaster at the Wham Stadium.

The Reds were beaten 2-1 in extra time despite earlier taking the lead through Joe Pritchard's backheel.

Zain Westbrooke got the visitors back on level terms and Joe Ironside fired home the winner in the 101st minute.

Coleman said: "We started off OK and had chances to go further in front but they wrestled the initiative off us and ultimately we have lost the game because of a lack of quality from us.

“It hurts to go out like that. I don’t think it was a good game. I don’t think either team were good.

“The first goal came from us losing the ball and the winning goal was a carbon copy. We are not learning from our mistakes.

“We couldn’t cope with the players we lost tonight – losing Brad Hills to suspension, Josh Andrews to illness, then Joe Pritchard after 20 minutes and Ros Longelo. Then we had to take Shaun and Seamus off and we couldn’t cope with that.

“We have to hold our hands up and on the night our lack of quality let us down.”

Coleman's men missed out on a trip to Peterborough in the second round after Darren Ferguson's side beat Salford on penalties.