Stanley boss John Coleman was frustrated his side failed to follow up their win against Wrexham after suffering a 1-0 defeat at Bradford City.

Tyler Smith got the decisive goal during the second half as the Yorkshire club ended their four-match losing streak.

Korede Adedoyin went closest at the other end but his snap-shot was was tipped away by Harry Lewis.

“We didn’t perform to the heights we did last week," said Coleman. "We didn’t show the same spirit and you can’t put your finger on that.

“We defended very well first half and looked comfortable. We got to half-time 0-0 in front of a big crowd and half the job was done.

“But we didn’t come out second half. We gave up possession to them for 20 minutes and a lot of free-kicks came into our box. Then the goal we’ve conceded – we’ve conceded ones like that four or five times this season.

“A ball up to the edge of our box, their player jumps into ours, we’re going backwards, they get onto the second ball and lob the keeper. That’s happened a few times this season. It’s disappointing because we haven’t learned our lesson.

“We didn’t work their keeper. One header that was comfortable for him to save but we huffed and puffed.

“Bradford have leaked a lot of goals of late and they’ve got a comfortable clean sheet today that they shouldn’t have.”