Bradford 4-0 Brentford

Bradford's James Hanson (right) celebrates his first goal

James Hanson scored twice as Bradford maintained their 100% home record and handed 10-man Brentford their first league defeat of the season.

Bees goalkeeper David Button was sent off for a foul on Nahki Wells before Hanson slotted home City's opener.

Wells made it 2-0 with a tap-in after substitute keeper Jack Bonham charged out and Tony Craig's header passed him.

Headers from Garry Thompson and an unmarked Hanson secured the win before Clayton Donaldson hit a Bradford post.

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Brentford manager Uwe Rosler told BBC London 94.9:

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Post-match: Brentford boss Rosler

"I think everything worked well. We looked decent, we had just started to play again, and then we gifted them.

"For me it was not a red card, but obviously three out of the four goals were presents from us.

"I told the players that when they don't get the second goal, I think we will get a point at least. I knew the longer the game will go when they don't get the second goal, they will get nervous, they try to protect their lead more instead of attack."