Date: 16th December 2013 at 6:38pm
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Moments of class so often can mean the difference between success and failure.

Thankfully for Bradford we have Nahki Wells (for how much longer I don’t know!) that, as others at the club can to be fair, can produce that magic.

Such magic came on Saturday afternoon when he curled home an injury time freekick to give us a hard earned, and much deserved, 1-1 draw with highflying Leyton Orient.

The freekick itself was given much praise and credit from the boss with the Bermudan showing yet another side to his game!

Phil Parkinson said: ‘It was a top-class free-kick from Nahki, but free-kicks like that just don’t come overnight – he practises them a lot in training.’

He can score with his left, his right, his head, in the box, out the box, from open play, penalties and freekicks! Is there anything that he can’t do!

Of course you reap what you sow and despite clearly having natural talent the striker has continued to work on his game and this is seeing him get the benefits from this, as are we in turn.

It’s going to get harder and harder for us to keep hold of Wells, lets be honest, but if he keeps scoring, and showing his all round ability and ability to score from all situations it’ll add more to his value if nothing else….