Remained strong and confident throughout, pulling off a plethora of fine saves to deny Hull City the chance to score.
Had a quieter game than the rest of his defence but was still strong when called upon.
Like Scholz, he was an important part of a strong and well-organised Lokeren back four.
Arguably one of the most impressive players on the pitch. He showed great attacking flair when getting forward but was also a rock in defence.
The Dane had an impressive game in the heart of defence, much to the annoyance of Sagbo and Jelavic.
Had several good chances on goal but at times struggled to penetrate the Hull City defence. However, he grew as the game went on and became a menace.
Was one of the quieter of the Lokeren midfielders, failing to make as much of an impact as Vanaken and Overmeire.
Was ironically quieter than both Dutra and De Pauw but in the end was the one who won the game for his side after being in the right place at the right time.
Controlled the game nicely from his deep role in midfield and also caused the Hull City defence problems when going forward.
N. De Pauw
Lokeren's best player and arguably the one that the Hull City defenders found the most difficult to deal with. He was a constant thorn in their side.
Alongside Odoi, he played wonderfully down the left flank and was an important part of Lokeren's attacking moves.
His howler was the sole reason why Hull City lost, which was a huge shame as he had played wonderfully up until then.
Like Rosenior, he was impressive down his wing and was an important part of the Hull City defensive line.
Had a quiet game compared to his fellow defenders and seemed to get more and more frustrated as time went on.
Was presented with two great chances to score for Hull City but missed both, leaving both he and his teammates extremely frustrated.
Had a great game, particularly when attacking down the right flank with Meyler. He also showed great strength in defence when having to deal with Odoi.
One of the brightest creative sparks for Hull City but he struggled when it came to finding a final ball.
Arguably Hull City's best player. If they were going to score, it was going to come from him. Unfortunately, he didn't find much luck in front of goal.
Like Boyd, he started well but faded as the game wore on and was eventually replaced by Ince.
Played competently but found himself slightly out of his depth from time to time.
Was presented with a few chances but struggled in front of goal, forcing him to be replaced with the more deadly Jelavic.
Started the game brightly but dimmed as time went on, resulting in his late substitution.
Made a great impact after coming on, giving Hull City a multitude of attacking options. However, his inclusion would prove to be too late in the game to save them from defeat.
Ahmed El Mohamady
Came on with 10 minutes left to play but failed to make much of an impact.
Like Ince, his impressive impact after coming on as a substitute made many question why Steve Bruce didn't start him in the first place.