Matty Virtue was among the goalscorers as Blackpool thrashed the Bantams
Here's how Pool's players rated:
Brilliant penalty save and made a couple of other crucial stops as well. Unfortunate not to keep a clean sheet. Provided a pinpoint cross for Armand Gnanduillets second but caught out too often in the full-back position. A complete rock at the back, making a string of superb last-ditch blocks. One of the first names on the teamsheet. Demonstrated what Blackpool have been missing while hes been out with injury. Calm, composed and classy on the ball. A constant threat down the flank and always offered an outlet. Blackpool are a poorer side when hes not playing. Tough tackling helped the Seasiders launch a number of dangerous counter attacks. Brought off early when on a booking. Scored the crucial second goal with a 25-yard stunner into the bottom corner. His energy was key to Pools pressing. Sublime piece of skill and pinpoint cross set Armand Gnanduillet up for Pools opener. Gets himself into some dangerous positions. Bradford were unable to deal with his dangerous driving runs through the centre of the pitch. Always a constant threat down the flank. Missed a gilt-edged chance to score his first goal for the club but delivered another composed display. Applauded off the pitch by both sets of supporters after his two superbly-taken headers, taking his tally for the season to 14. For Evans, 64'
A danger as soon as he entered the action. Came within a whisker of adding his name to the scoresheet. For Spearing, 76'
Came off the bench to score his first goal for the club with a composed finish into the top corner to make it 4-0. For Gnanduillet, 81'
Didnt really have much time to get into the game having been unfortunate not to be handed a start.