Nahki Wells Scores In Bradford City Draw

December 15, 2012

Despite having been considered “doubtful” for today’s [Dec 15] game against Southend United due to picking up a minor knee injury during Bradford’s victory over Arsenal on Tuesday, Bermuda’s Nahki Wells started the game and piled in yet another goal.

Bradford went in front in the 27th minute with Nahki Wells tapping home from close range after his first effort had been blocked by Luke Prosser. Bradford doubled their lead in the 64th minute, however Southend scored twice after that and the game ended in a 2-2 draw.

The 22-year-old Bermudian continues to lead all scorers for Bradford, with today’s goal marking his 15th this season.

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  1. Back to Life, Back to Reality says:

    This young man continues to amaze me! Great to see him doing so well. Those that know him better say he is very humble and loves giving back as well. Great example of what hard work , motivation, disciplin and a drug free life can help you accomplish.

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  2. status! says:

    Thanks for continuing to give us a reason to be proud to know you Nahki ,You continue to shine!MAKING US PROUD TO BE bERMUDIAN!

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