Wrexham AFC took the fight to Bradford City to earn a point away from home - in front of a 21,552-strong crowd at the University of Bradford Stadium.
The Red Dragons returned to Bradford for the first time in 16 years - backed by more than 2,600 travelling Wrexham fans. Both sides had their fair share of opportunities in the first half - despite this neither were able to find the opening goal.
Wrexham found the breakthrough after the break, however, and that goal came from Paul Mullin in the 68th minute to the delight of the away fans; a header set up by the returning Ryan Barnett after serving his three-match ban. However, Bradford City fought back and snuck a devastating equaliser just five minutes before the full time whistle - a late blow for the Red Dragons which meant both sides ended the day in West Yorkshire with a point apiece.
Club Photographer Gemma Thomas was pitchside at a packed University of Bradford Stadium - see how the match unfolded in the gallery above.