George Honeyman's first half strike on his 100th Hull City appearance sent the Tigers on their way to a fourth successive victory, beating Millwall 2-1 at the MKM Stadium.
Honeyman's strike in the 29th minute was cancelled out by Tom Bradshaw's finish on the stroke of half-time, but Grant McCann's side regained the lead eight minutes into the second half when Ryan Longman pounced to notch his first Tigers goal.
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Nathan Baxter: Didnâ€™t stand a chance with Bradshawâ€™s one-on-one chance for the equaliser, but pulled off some excellent saves second half. Fast becoming a fans' favourite. 8/10
Jacob Greaves: Looking very much like a player who will go onto big things, Greaves is improving week on week and looks like a player who has been playing for many years more than he actually has. 8/10
Diâ€™Shon Bernard: Great game once again from Bernard, who puts his heart and soul into every header and challenge. Had the crowd off their feet in the first half with one particular challenge. 8/10
Sean McLoughlin: Colossal in the heart of defence. Coped with the onslaught from Millwall late in the second half and looks like a player who City canâ€™t be without. 8/10
Ryan Longman: Ran himself into the ground in another superb game. Deservedly got on the score sheet with his first goal for the club. 7/10
Keane Lewis-Potter: Very impressive throughout the game. The shift to left (or even right) wing-back sees him get on the ball a great deal and looked very lively when he switched to striker alongside Magennis. 8/10
Richie Smallwood: Booked early on, but the skipper is certainly showing some superb form in the heart of midfield. Proving some critics wrong from the start of the season. 7/10
Greg Docherty: Covered just about every blade of grass. Graft and endeavour shown throughout, even if some of the passes he tried were a little wild and optimistic at time. 8/10
George Honeyman: Man of the match. Another goal for the midfield maestro which was superbly taken. City look a different side with him in attacking midfield, and his work rate is always to be admired. 9/10
Josh Magennis: Put in a good shift up top and is certainly getting back to his best after a loss of form and injury early in the season. 7/10
Mallik Wilks: Really didnâ€™t happen for Wilks and hasnâ€™t really shown what heâ€™s capable of this season yet. Looks lethargic and bereft of confidence. 5/10
Callum Elder (for Wilks 62): Slotted back into left wing-back and although he looked rusty at times he is a threat going forward as well as defending well. 6/10
Randell Williams (for Longman 78 ): Defended well when asked and seems to be finding his feet at this level . 6/10
Tom Eaves (for Magennis 78): Some good effort put in by the big striker, and when he tangled with Benik Afobe late on the chants of â€œEavesy, knock him outâ€ certainly brought passion to the game. 7/10
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