Bradford City's players celebrate with their mascot on the pitch after the FA Cup fifth round football match between Bradford City and Sunderland at The Coral Windows Stadium in Bradford, northern England on February 15, 2015. AFP PHOTO / OLI SCARFF
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Bradford City's unlikely FA Cup journey continued as they knocked over Sunderland 2-0 to reach the quarterfinals Sunday at a rocking Valley Parade.The League One (third tier) side continued where they left off in a 4-2 defeat of Premier League leaders Chelsea in the previous round to ease past Gus Poyet's side.Olivier Giroud scored both goals for the Gunners.Despite the 37 league places between the sides, Bradford were on top and could have added a second but James Hanson could not convert Stead's teasing header.Bradford could have added a third but Billy Knott's blistering strike was saved by Sunderland keeper Vito Manone and the hosts comfortably closed out the game to the delight of most of the 24,021 crowd – the biggest at Valley Parade for 50 years.
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