Parkinson full of praise
Phil Parkinson praised his "terrific" Bradford side after they produced a dramatic comeback to stun Watford with a last-gasp winner.
Gianfranco Zola's men looked to be on their way through when Ikechi Anya fired them in front with a 20-yard half-volley 19 minutes from time.
Substitute Almen Abdi almost doubled their advantage when a strike from even further out hit the post, only for another replacement, Kyel Reid, to equalise with six minutes remaining.
Extra time looked inevitable but in the fourth minute of injury time Garry Thompson pounced on a poor clearance from keeper Jonathan Bond to send the Bantams through 2-1.
The Bradford boss said: "I thought the lads were terrific. It was a really difficult game coming here and as it got nearer to it we started relishing it more and more.
"I made a few changes, some enforced, a few in terms of thinking about the bigger picture and I thought the lads who came in played really well for us."