Nick Proschwitz celebrates after scoring for Hull City against Middlesbrough

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The two out-of-form strikers came into a depleted Hull side hit by illness to give them a place in the fourth round draw

Liverpool defender Daniel Agger celebrates with Lucas Leiva and Luis Suarez after scoring against Hull City

Liverpool 2 Hull City 0: Daniel Agger accepts victory was more important than the performance as Reds return to winning ways

Agger opened the scoring for Liverpool as they recovered from two straight defeats to overcome the Tigers at Anfield

Wayne Rooney scored his 150th goal for Manchester United in the 3-2 win over Hull City

Hull City 2 Manchester United 3: Wayne Rooney in the mood to celebrate and hopes run of form will 'surprise' Premier League rivals

The England striker scored his 150th goal for United in the comeback win over Hull and hopes that the worst of their results are now behind them ahead of second half of the campaign

Jake Livermore of Hull City celebrates scoring

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David Moyes looks on during his Manchester United side's victory over Hull City

Hull City 2 Manchester United 3: David Moyes blames slow start on travel issues after lucky escape against Tigers

United were two goals down within 12 minutes but managed to claw their way back to victory

Manchester United celebrate after Wayne Rooney draws them level against Hull City

Hull City 2 Manchester United 3 match report: David Moyes praises United’s never-say-die spirit but defensive errors live on

Wayne Rooney levelled things up after the Tigers shot out to a two-goal lead but James Chester's own goal gave the visitors a hard-fought victory

Adnan Januzaj celebrates his goal

Hull v Manchester United: Adnan Januzaj following route of Cristiano Ronaldo

The youngster has burst onto the scene this season

West Brom assistant manager Keith Downing will take charge of their Premier League match against Hull this weekend

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Assem Allam, left, is critical of fans who tried to unfurl a protest banner at the Palace game

Hull City supporters group hits out at owner Assem Allam after alleging he has gone against his word of consulting fans over 'Tigers' name change

The Premier League confirmed yesterday that Hull have applied to the Football Association to change thier name to Hull Tigers from next season, sparking outrage from the City Till We Die campaign group

Arsene Wenger has urged his team to continue their winning habits after seeing Manchester United succumb to a 1-0 defeat to Everton

Manchester United remain in the Premier League title race, insists Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger

The Gunners' boss has urged his side to keep up their winning habits after stretching lead over the reigning champions to 12 points

Brendan Rodgers

Hull City 3 Liverpool 1: Brendan Rodgers admits December will pose the greatest test so far after Daniel Sturridge is ruled out for 6-8 weeks

Liverpool turned in a disappointing performance in the defeat to the Tigers which saw them slip to fourth in the Premier League

Hull City 0 Crystal Palace 1 match report: Palace welcome Tony Pulis as Keith Millen signs off on a high

The task facing Tony Pulis as he takes over at Crystal Palace is of no less magnitude for this result but when he takes charge of training for the first time tomorrow he will have something positive from which to make capital: Palace not only have their first away point, they have three.

Yannick Sagbo of Hull is tackled by Fabien Delph and Ciaran Clark of Aston Villa

Hull 0 Aston Villa 0 match report: Stalemate makes for a frustrating trip to Hull and back for Villa

Both managers will be satisfied with the result but encounter fails to break out into a classic

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Alan Pardew bemoans Newcastle's lost momentum after shock home defeat to Hull City

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