Andy Cook dinner’s 23rd league purpose of the season stored Bradford firmly within the promotion hunt with an exciting 3-2 victory over Grimsby.
Cook dinner settled the sport 9 minutes from time from substitute Matt Derbyshire’s cross because the Bantams got here from 2-1 behind in a energetic League Two recreation.
Bradford went in entrance after six minutes via Alex Gilliead, who swept residence from 15 yards after Grimsby goalkeeper Max Crocombe had denied Harry Chapman.
The sport turned on its head when Harry Clifton’s quick-thinking gained a penalty off residence keeper Harry Lewis and Gavin Holohan transformed from the spot.
Grimsby took the lead simply earlier than half-time via Andy Smith after the Bantams did not take care of Anthony Glennon’s nook.
Bradford levelled after 62 minutes with a route-one equaliser, Jamie Walker scoring on the second try on the tip of a protracted ball from Sam Stubbs.
Centre-back Stubbs then thought he had scored with a header however referee Charles Breakspear dominated that it had not crossed the road.
However Cook dinner’s late end was sufficient to maneuver Bradford as much as sixth place.