Barnet 2-2 Bradford

19 September 2009 04:55
Mark Hughes salvaged a point for Barnet as the Underhill side extended their unbeaten run to seven matches. James Hanson had put the visitors ahead when he poked home after Michael Flynn's run and cross. John O'Flynn nodded home Kenny Gillet's centre to level, before missing a great chance to put the hosts into the lead. A crashing volley from Zesh Rehman put Bradford back in front before Hughes got his head to an O'Flynn cross to keep his side riding high in fourth. Barnet manager Ian Hendon told BBC London 94.9: "For the first time since I've been the manager we showed a lack of application in the first half and were all over the shop. "It's probably the worst performance we've had this season for sure. We got a point out of that game but to be fair we could've been dead and buried by half time. "Rest assured it will be sorted out this week. We don't want too performances like that." Bradford City manager Stuart McCall told BBC Radio Leeds: "I'm absolutely delighted by the performance, but disappointed by the result. "They have a very good record at home, so to come here and play so well is very pleasing. "If we'd taken our chances when we led we would have killed the game off. "To not win the game after leading twice is very disappointing, but the performance was excellent and there are lots of positives to come out of this match for us."

Source: BBC_Sport

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