Bradford City v Northampton Town, 13 November 2012

Score3-3 :: penalties 4-2 to Bradford City
RefereeMike Russell
CompetitionFA Cup 1st round replay
VenueCoral Windows Stadium
Attendance2,951
Bradford City won 4-2 on penalties. After extra time - 2-2 at 90 minutes. In added time at the end of normal time, Nahki Wells' penalty gave Bradford City a 3-2 lead before Clive Platt's equaliser took the tie into extra time.

Goals:

Will Atkinson 35 G
Nahki Wells penalty 90 P
Carl McHugh 120 G

Goals:

Ishmel Demontagnac penalty 43 P
Clive Platt 90 G
Kelvin Langmead 109 G

Starting lineup:

Goalkeeper Jon McLaughlin
Defender Stephen Darby
Defender Carl McHugh
Defender/Centre back Rory McArdle
Defender/Left back James Meredith
Midfielder Will Atkinson
Midfielder Scott Brown
Midfielder Ricky Ravenhill
Midfielder/Forward Zavon Hines
Forward Alan Connell
Forward James Hanson

Starting lineup:

Goalkeeper Shane Higgs
Defender Kelvin Langmead
Defender/Midfielder Danny East
Defender/Midfielder Ben Tozer
Defender/Left back Joe Widdowson
Midfielder Ishmel Demontagnac
Midfielder Lewis Hornby
Midfielder Emyr Huws
Forward Henoc Mukendi
Forward Clive Platt
Forward Lewis Wilson

Substitutions:

Adam Baker for Zavon Hines 28
Gary Jones for Scott Brown 62
Nahki Wells for Alan Connell 72

Substitutions:

Adebayo Akinfenwa for Ishmel Demontagnac 81
Ivan Toney for Lewis Wilson 91

On the bench:

Goalkeeper Matt Duke
Defender/Midfielder Nathan Doyle
Midfielder Gary Jones
Midfielder/Forward Adam Baker
Midfielder/Forward Forrayah Bass
Forward Louie Swain
Forward Nahki Wells

On the bench:

Goalkeeper Dean Snedker
Defender Anthony Charles
Midfielder Ben Harding
Forward Ivan Toney

Comments:

Penalty shoot-out details (Bradford City went first) 1 - Nahki Wells [saved] 2 - Gary Jones [scored] 3 - Will Atkinson [scored] 4 - Stephen Darby [scored] 5 - Ricky Ravenhill [scored]

Comments:

Penalty shoot-out details (Northampton Town went second) 1 - Clive Platt [scored] 2 - Danny East [saved] 3 - Kelvin Langmead [missed] 4 - Lewis Hornby [scored] Northampton Town named only five of a possible seven substitutes. At the age of 16 years and 273 days, Ivan Toney became Northampton Town's youngest-ever player. The previous record holder was Adrian Mann who was 16 years and 297 days when he played against Bury on 5 May 1984