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Oxford vs Bradford

Discussion in 'Match Day' started by Marked Ox, Sep 12, 2017.

  1. Marked Ox

    Marked Ox Active Member

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    Fair result in the end although it meant that bloody drum started up again when Bradford got their equaliser.

    We dominated the opening 20 odd mins until Bradford worked out we were mainly attacking down the right through Robbie Hall. Then it was very much mostly Bradford who scored an excellent goal.

    2nd half Bradford were on top from the off and dominated for 20 odd mins hitting the woodwork in the process. It changed immediately when we brought on Gino van Kessel for James Henry on the left and Bradford's previously composed defence fell apart a bit. Gino terrified them at times by being direct and being difficult to predict as he plays like he doesn't know what he is going to do next. His deflected shot led to the 1st goal and his perfectly waited pass to Rothwell, who made an excellent run, created the 2nd. Bradford pressed and we conceded another late goal to draw a game.

    I would just like to say I hate drums at football.
     
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