Barnet manager Paul Fairclough hailed his side's 3-3 draw at high-flying Bradford as a "terrific performance".
The Bees equalised three times to earn a deserved share of the points at the expense of the team that began the day in second place of League Two.
"It was a very interesting game," said Fairclough. "I would say we murdered them 3-3 if you could say such a thing."
He added: "Bradford are a good side and Stuart McCall is a good manager, but I believe we have given them the most difficult game they have had this season.
"For the neutral it would have been a really interesting game, especially to see five goals in the first half.
"We need to look at ourselves and how we are conceding goals, but you`ve seen the potential of the team.
"I think they were magnificent, not just because of their commitment but for the skill and flair and the problems they caused down both flanks.
"We dominated the second half and deserved our equaliser 15 minutes from the end."
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