All Thing Considered It Was Tremendous
Bradford took a very, very early lead against Bristol City at Valley Parade on Saturday but had to be content with a 1-1 draw in the end.
The club finally lost Nahki Wells in the build up to this game and have suffered further injuries, with plenty already in place, but Phil Parkinson didn't think he could ask much more.
After a flying start the Bantams were pegged back but the "spirit and togetherness" of all was evident.
The Bradford boss said: 'I was very pleased with the performance considering everything that has gone on this week and the injuries we have got - it was tremendous.
'We got off to a good start with an early goal, but I was disappointed with the goal we conceded - it was an avoidable one.
'We asked the players to put into practice what we had worked on during the week and they did that.
'We also asked them to play with spirit and togetherness and we did that. I am pleased with the way we performed.'
After 49-seconds it was a case of Nahki Wells, who's Nahki Wells when James Hanson put Bradford into the lead but just 10-minutes later Bristol City equalised through Scott Wagstaff, the 'keeper could've done better though, and that's how the game ended.
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