Had few saves to make but sometimes caused panic in his defence with wayward kicking. Not at fault for either goal.
Not much of an attacking threat but guarded his flank well, even if Rosenior gave him little to contend with.
Seemed ill at ease early on as a left-back, in spite of one dangerous cross which Rodallega failed to convert. Lucky not to concede a penalty for clattering Long, but made amends when he glanced Richardson's cross into the far corner.
Once again looks a calm presence at the heart of the Fulham defence, predictably dominant in the air against Jelavic, though Long was able to exert more influence.
Utterly ineffective from his starting position on the left of midfield, failing to get into any crossing positions and rarely looking to link up with Amorebieta. Hauled off at the break.
Accomplished enough on the ball but consistently troubled by Long's pace and intelligent movement.
Brought his usual industry to the midfield battle, but didn't drive his team forward as often as he does at his best.
Never appeared comfortable starting on the right flank and struggled to get on the ball before being replaced at the interval.
Battled well in midfield and used the ball sensibly when he got it, but overstretched for a challenge in the first half and lasted only 53 minutes before he had to be withdrawn.
Anchored Fulham's midfield with a minimum of fuss, though some of his more expansive passing attempts went horribly awry.
Found only air when attempting to connect with an Amorebieta cross early on and his afternoon didn't improve. Always a willing runner but failed to test Harper.
Rooted to his spot for Dejagah's opener and left exposed by his defence for Amorebieta's header. Otherwise rarely tested by the Fulham attack, though he didn't seem all that confident in his kicking.
Marshalled a worryingly porous defence and could not rouse any urgency from his side until they were two goals down.
Shackled Holtby with ease in the first half but Dejagah quickly gave him bigger problems. Being naturally right-footed, he showed no real inclination to get forward down the left.
Not directly at fault for Dejagah's opener but his lack of pace was exposed as Hull City pushed forward to chase the game. Sacrificed for Aluko on 67 minutes.
Showed good scrambling instincts to get back and snuff out Fulham counter-attacks having been beaten for pace, even if his positioning wasn't the best.
Disrupted the rhythm of the Fulham midfield as well as he could but this was not his most effective afternoon.
Ahmed El Mohamady
Gave Richardson too much space to swing in the cross which Amorebieta headed in and was booked for a terrible dive in the penalty area. Unlucky to strike the post from a tight angle in the second half.
Not able to provide a goal threat from midfield but played his part as the Hull midfield gained a foothold late on.
Strolled through the majority of the match as if he didn't have a care in the world but grew in stature as his team came roaring back, playing some very incisive passes.
Anonymous until he started his team's comeback on 75 minutes with a poacher's finish.
Unfortunate to be denied a penalty when Amorebieta clattered him in the box, his pace and intelligent movement caused the Fulham defence problems all day and he got a deserved equaliser for his team on 87 minutes.
Introduced at the interval, he produced the first moment of real class in the game to break the deadlock, shifting the ball onto his left foot and curling effortlessly beyond Harper.
Brought on at half-time he instantly carried a greater attacking threat than Riise down the left, and curled in the cross from which Amorebieta headed home.
Replaced the injured Sidwell on 53 minutes but looked decidedly rusty, failing to make the most of numerous counter-attacking opportunities as Hull City pushed forward.