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VIDEO: Sonny Bradley makes theatrical reaction when pushed by Bradford’s Lewis O’Brien

Sonny Bradley put on a hilarious theatrical performance after he was pushed by Lewis O’Brien as Luton Town beat Bradford City 1-0 last night.

The Hatters defender looked to have asked for a shove and ended up getting one before he then waved his hands in the air as he was pretending to fall back.

Makes a change from those who decide to fall to ground and roll around. Watch the moment unfold in the video below…

The video, which has been spotted by Bradley himself, has been viewed over 550,000 times as well as ‘liked’ by nearly 30,000 users, get under 8,000 retweets and hundreds of comments.

The game itself saw Jack Stacey score the only goal of the game by firing the ball into the bottom left corner after 16 minutes.

They upped the pressure but Bradford keeper Richard O’Donnell saved a goal bound shot from Stacey and a close ranger header from Elliot Lee to prevent the travelling side’s lead from increasing.

The 28th minute saw defender Nat Knight-Percival fail to get a header at the far post in what would have been Bradford’s best chance of scoring.

The Bantams have plenty of possession in the second half with plenty of chances as well as long range efforts but just couldn’t find the net and ended up on getting one shot on target.

Luton’s victory meant that they had set a new club record of 12 Football League games unbeaten.

The League One leaders also extend their unbeaten run to 24 matches and go nine points clear of third place Sunderland (who have a game in hand) and five clear of Barnsley in second.

Bradford however sit 23rd, in the relegation zone along with AFC Wimbledon (a place below them), Rochdale (two points ahead in 22nd) and Oxford United (four points ahead in 21st).


After watching the video of Sonny Bradley hilarious theatrical reaction when pushed by Bradford’s Lewis O’Brien last night, fans and Millwall’s Jed Wallace took to reply to the viral video – check out what they had to say on the next page.


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