Date: 14th September 2017 at 10:58am
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Bradford drew with Oxford in League One on Tuesday.

A dramatic added time equaliser from Bradford captain Romain Vincelot rescued a point for City in a 2-2 draw with Oxford.

Omari Patrick curled an effort into the top corner to ensure City, perhaps fortunately, went into half time a goal up.

With 15 minutes to play Wes Thomas, coming after Patrick had been denied a second by the crossbar, followed up to beat Colin Doyle after the goalkeeper had kept out Gino Van Kessel’s initial effort.

Oxford looked to have won it when Joe Rothwell second a second three minutes from time. However, a point was rescued in the fourth minute of added time when Vincelot headed home a Nicky Law cross.

This video shows the highlights from this game at the Kassam Stadium.



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