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."