His first start since breaking his foot in August. Might have got down quicker for the first but it was taken nicely by Livermore but made a fine double-save against Huddlestone and Elmohamady.
Nowhere for the first goal and left McAuley exposed and given no chance with the run of Livermore.
Another solid all-round display from the left-back who saw the bulk of Hull's first-half chances fall down his side of the pitch. Later replaced by Gera as his side looked for a goal.
Had a steady game at the back and used his height well to win a number of aerial challenges. Even ventured forward through the middle at one point - leading as captain well.
Backed off Graham for the opener but with two against two and Olsson caught a little out of position, it would have been unwise to commit himself. Strong, as ever, going forward.
Given a start he must have craved but didn't ever get into the game and was ineffective on the wings. Hauled off at half-time for Berahino who changed the game for them.
Could never quite find his rhythm in the game where even Long looked agitated by his lack of link-up play with the lone striker. Made way for Vydra midway through the second-half.
His delivery of balls into the box was left wanting, often failing to even beat the first man. But his distribution to feet was accurate, at least.
Looked a little weak at times, misjudging the flight of the ball and coming second in challenges early on. But he grew as the game went on and became a driving force early in the second.
Didn't see much of the ball in the first-half but kept hold of it well in the second when his side were on top of the game.
Looked like the only player capable of carving out a goal-scoring opportunity and that was only through closing down rather than any creative spark going forward.
Never troubled in the first-half but had a barrage of attacks to deal with in the second including what could have been a tricky save from Berahino. Eventually beaten by Vydra.
Provided good width, especially in the first-half, and looked tidy on the ball. But a little suspect in the second-half when the build up for the goal came down his side.
Pulled through from a groin injury to continue in an unchanged side, he was part of a three central-defender who worked well as a trio. His clearance led to Livermore's goal in the first-half.
Nearly opened the scoring inside ten minutes with a powerful header from a corner. He looked really assured at the back, especially given his lack of top-flight experience.
Returned against his former club and was never put under direct pressure until their equaliser when he was caught too central and couldn't cover the ground quick enough.
Handed the first card of the game after a clumsy tackle on Mulumbu but covered ground well.
Started as a real live-wire in the middle, putting in an energetic box-to-box performance in the first-half. Strong running led to a fine opening goal, slipped across the keepers' box.
Looks a commanding figure in midfield for his side and put in another solid display today. Naive in a foul on Jones early in the second but his reading of the play was otherwise super.
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Perhaps should have done better with a shot on goal after Foster parried Huddlestone's earlier effort into his path, but he saw his attempt saved by the feet.
Worked hard for his team without ever finding an end product in attack, but was the deeper of the two strikers. Taken off late on.
Played in the ball for Livermore's opening goal after a clearance from the back. Made himself a nuisance in the first-half but faded in the second and taken off.
Made his way off the bench in place of Ridgewell, pushing Brunt to left-back. Played a vital part in his side's comeback, slipping in Vydra for his goal.
Brought on at half-time in place of Sinclair and straight away lifted his side. Hit a swerving shot on goal that caused McGregor problems. Really bright and looked to create too.
Entered the fray in place of Sessegnon with just over 20 minutes remaining and scored his first goal for the club after a run into the box, beating the keeper from close range.