Nahki Wells' double ensured Bradford City continued their push for promotion from League Two with a professional win over bottom-of-the-table Aldershot.
The Bermuda international grabbed a deserved opener for City when he ran on to a poor Sonny Bradley backpass.
Wells dinked an effort wide but made it 2-0 when he netted after keeper Jamie Young saved James Hanson's strike.
The Bantams eased home after the break and Wells was only denied a hat-trick when his bicycle kick hit the post.
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Aldershot Town manager Dean Holdsworth told BBC Surrey:
"The first goal changes everything - the picture of the match and everything goes out of the window when you have an individual error.
"They are a decent team and played a strategy today and isolated Hanson on our back four and I thought he was the difference.
"We're getting there, just not over the line, and when you see shots cleared off the line you really need those goals to go in."
Aldershot Town 21 Young 02 Herd 04 Morris 05 Brown 11 Vincenti (Rankine - 69' ) 23 Bradley 08 Payne 26 Donnelly (Seidi - 60' ) 28 Cadogan (Lopez - 69' ) 31 Rose 10 Hylton Booked Substitutes 29 Morris 15 Branston 30 Cooksley 36 Munns 09 Rankine 37 Lopez 38 Seidi Bradford City 12 Duke 02 Darby 03 Meredith 22 Egan 23 McArdle 14 Atkinson 15 Forsyth 18 Jones 24 Doyle 09 Hanson 21 Wells (Hines - 81' ) Substitutes 01 McLaughlin 16 McHugh 04 Ravenhill 11 Thompson 30 Brown 17 Connell 20 Hines