There are celebrations in Bradford as the Bantams giant-killing feat - a victory over the mighty Arsenal, 3-2 on penalties, sinks in. Bradford City is now through to their first ever semi-final in the Capital One Cup. The match finished 1-1 after extra-time and the spot-kick specialists then went on to win their ninth successive penalty shoot-out 3-2 after Thomas Vermaelen struck the post. The Arsenal skipper had earlier appeared to rescue the Gunners with a header
three minutes from normal time to equalise Garry Thompson's first-half volley.
Gunners manager Arsene Wenger insisted Arsenal's players should not feel embarrassed despite the defeat against a side who cost a total of £7,500 and are currently 64 places lower in the leagues.
The Gunners did not force a save out of Bantams keeper Matt Duke until the 69th minute but Wenger insisted his team had created enough overall.