BRADFORD City may have had a frustrating afternoon at home to Doncaster on Saturday, but they recorded some impressive statistics.

On an afternoon marred by a horrendous injury to new Bantams midfielder Emmanuel Osadebe, City failed to make the most of playing against 10-men, after Lee Tomlin was sent off just before the break.

But with Doncaster sitting back and soaking up waves of City pressure, the hosts recorded an astonishing possession figure of 80 per cent.

It was comfortably the highest figure across the while of the EFL, with Swansea City second on 74 per cent.

Burnley were the only other EFL team to hit that 70 per cent mark.

Unsurprisingly, that all meant that City ranked highly in the passing stakes.

In League Two, the top three individuals for completed passes were all City players.

Romoney Crichlow was top of the tree with 88, Matty Platt second on 86 and Richie Smallwood third on 70.

Louis Reed was fourth on the list, with 63 for Swindon.

Admittedly, City would have swapped all of the above for three points on Saturday, but it does suggest the club are going in the right direction on the field under Mark Hughes.