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Hull have now had three impressive results in a row, drawing with both Aston Villa and Wolves and now absolutely annihilating QPR at home. It was a massive victory for the Tigers and takes them 5 points clear of the drop zone with a massive game against bottom of the table Burton coming up next.
It’s hard to pick one player out today as it was a big team performance from Hull. However, Abel Hernandez steals the headlines for this game, with a complete performance up top.
McGregor didn’t have much to do and didn’t make a single save. He marshalled his back four well and Hull seemed very disciplined defensively.
All of the Hull back four played excellently but Clark was absolutely dominant at left-back. He won 4 tackles, 7 aerials challenges and also made three successful dribbles down the left.
Because of his age, Dawson can’t play every game in the Championship and therefore, was rested for the game against Wolves. Coming back into the back-4 for this game, he was absolutely top notch, rolling back the years to put in a great performance at the heart of the defence.
Hector was also fantastic at the back and looked very comfortable with Dawson next to him. He won 6 of his aerial challenges in the middle. Was absolutely dominant.
Wasn’t quite as good as his counterpart on the left but was still very solid when defending. He also looked threatening on the attack.
The only player for Hull who didn’t have an incredible game. He did his job and looked comfortable in the middle but never did anything that special.
Henriksen played very well in the midfield, sitting deep and breaking up the play, winning 3 of his tackles and dispossessing QPR a few times. His passing percentage was high as well. A good game for the Norweigan.
A goal and an assist for the 21-year-old Liverpool loanee. What more could you want from your left-winger? Looked a class above at times.
Toral had a good game and looked dominant. He did more for his team defensively and broke up the play well. He helped his team build the attacks.
Bowen always looked dangerous down the right-hand side for Hull, running at the QPR defence and committing players. He was unlucky not to get an assist or a goal for his team.
Cometh the hour, cometh the man. Led the line from the front and was always an absolute handful. A defender’s worst nightmare. Grabbed himself a goal and was unlucky to not get more than one.
Replaced Jarrod Bowen in the 52nd minute and made a difference for his team. Grabbed himself a goal and always looked like a threat. Seems to be recapturing his best form.
Came on to replace Jon Toral in the 59th minute and continued where Toral left off. Didn’t do anything of note but filled his position well.
Replaced Hernandez in the 71st minute and couldn’t really fill his shoes. Did have a shot but it went wide of the target.