Cherries stun~high-flying Bantams

Jimmy Quinn enjoyed a joyous return to former club Bradford as his Bournemouth side won 3-1 to claim their first league victory of the season.

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Bradford looked far from the division's leaders, while the visitors punished the home side with some excellent finishing.

Bournemouth midfielder Danny Hollands headed home Sammy Igoe's cross shortly before the break.

Bradford winger Joe Colbeck then pounced on a mistake by former England international Darren Anderton four minutes later to fire home the equaliser from 12 yards.

But City were caught cold at the start of the second half when Jeff Goulding beat goalkeeper Rhys Evans from eight yards before Jason Pearce wrapped up the win with a diving header from Wayne Cummings' corner.

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