After a tense and rather poor first half, Leeds grew into the game and fashioned two goals out of few decent chances. Helder Costa great throughout, though Leeds won’t be looking to make a DVD out of this one anytime soon.

Kiko Casilla: Not an awful lot to do once again, but that’s not an issue. A big, if not massive save in the build up to the second goal. Might as well have been an assist. 8/10.

Luke Ayling: Some solid defensive work, both full back did well to keep Hull’s wide threat at bay. Some ambitious balls from Luke, too. 7/10.

Ben White: Some big charges through defence, not a hell of a lot of big defensive actions to speak of. Characteristic of the rather bitty, midfield dominant affair the game was. 7/10.

Gaetano Berardi: A stronger game than Saturday for Bera. 6/10.

Stuart Dallas: Good display from Dallas, as mentioned with Ayling, nullifying Bowen was priority number one. 7/10.

Kalvin Phillips: Some loose balls from Kalvin tonight as Leeds struggled to find their mojo going forward at times, a good game nonetheless. 6/10.

Mateusz Klich: A game where Leeds struggled to assert their usual dominance in midfield. Klich could have had a better night, we know he can. Some loose balls from his also. 6/10.

Pablo Hernandez: Not his greatest game in a Leeds shirt as they couldn’t just make things click, but the through ball wizard did the job once again, nice one Pab. 6.5/10.

Jack Harrison: Classic Harrison night, very good bits, other bits not so good. He knows what he needs to do, but it just gets away from him from time to time. Subbed for Alioski in the second half. 6/10.

Helder Costa: Helder’s liveliest game in a Leeds shirt, won the game down the right hand side and made the best pick of the chances throughout. 8.5/10.

Patrick Bamford: Bamford also liable for the odd wayward ball here and there, but won the ball back very well at times and some good hold up play. And even though he’s not always on the scoresheet, he’s helping others to be so shrugs happily. 6.5/10.