Bradford manager Phil Parkinson was pleased with every aspect of Bradford's 4-0 victory over Barnet.
Barnet defender Darren Dennehy was sent off for a professional foul on Marcel Seip in the 17th minute and Craig Fagan converted the subsequent penalty, while Will Atkinson, Kyel Reid and Nahki Wells got their names on the scoresheet as the Bantams extended their unbeaten run in League Two to four matches.
Parkinson said: "I'm very pleased. I thought we started the game really brightly and our forward play was good, which was helped with [Darren Dennehy] being sent off, but playing against 10 men is never easy.
"We made it simple for ourselves because we defended properly. They did their jobs and we passed the ball simply and when we did that I always felt our front players had the beating of their defenders.
"We had to make sure we put quality balls in behind the back four and we did that with Craig's pace and cleverness. We looked a good solid side with that cutting edge when it was needed.
"I thought Craig was top class, he held the ball up well and knows when to go short and when to go in behind, and that's key for a striker."