Flynn inspires Bantams late show: Match Review

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Substitute Michael Flynn snatched a 2-1 victory for Bradford over Barnet after they had trailed for most of the game.

Albert Adomah gave Barnet a deserved lead after 28 minutes when Paul Furlong flicked the ball into his path and he held off the challenge of Adam Bolder to fire past keeper Jon McLaughlin.

Leon Osborne missed two great chances to equalise for Bradford in the second half before substitute Luke O'Brien levelled the scores after 79 minutes, driving home a low left-foot shot after the visitors` defence failed to clear Gareth Evans' cross.

Then, after Bolder had headed against the crossbar, Barnet failed to deal with O'Brien's cross and first Osborne and then Flynn saw shots blocked before Flynn scored from the rebound to give Bradford their second home win in five days.

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Jon McLaughlin
Luke O'Brien
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Albert Adomah
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Jon McLaughlin
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