FT: Bradford City 3-3 Coventry City

Nahki Wells celebrates City's equaliser from the penalty spot with Alan Connell. (Picture: Bruce Rollinson).

Nahki Wells celebrates City's equaliser from the penalty spot with Alan Connell. (Picture: Bruce Rollinson).

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A last-minute penalty by Nahki Wells earned the Bermudan a hat-trick and Bradford City a point in a thrilling 3-3 draw with Coventry City.

Wells blasted home from the spot after Jordan Wells had been adjudged to have handled the ball in the area deep into injury time of the League Two clash.

Coventry were 2-0 up inside 10 minutes, Andy Webster’s deflected half-volley and Leon Clarke’s goal giving Steven Pressley’s side a handsome advantage.

Wells scored twice from close range to level before Callum Wilson goal gave the Sky Blues the interval lead.

Wells then sent Valley Parade into raptures with his dramatic late leveller.

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