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Outshone his opposite number Jordan Pickford and made a key second-half save to deny Moise Kean at Goodison. His handling was excellent and what he did, he did well. Continued his exemplary season with a dominant performance against Darren Ferguson's Peterborough United. Turned in an imperious performance at Everton and got in the way of absolutely everything. Outstanding. Picture: SportImage The Liverpudlian was not far behind Egan and was also authoritative and rock-solid. Picture: SportImage Opened up his box of tricks and was a zestful presence yet again. Helped himself to his third goal of the season too. Unflinching, energetic, dominant - in short, a typical Phillips performance against Derby. Scored his first goal in Tigers' colours to crown an impressive display for Hull at Luton. At the heart of everything good in a fine away-day for Grant McCann's side. Found the net for the first time for the Terriers with an excellent finish at West Brom. A rare bright spark in a rough season thus far for Huddersfield. A fine, old-fashioned wingman display from the loanee, whose pace unhinged Carlisle and had home supporters on the edge of their seats. More please. Saved the day for seemingly the umpteenth time from the bench for Wednesday - by grabbing a last-gasp leveller against Fulham. Enjoying a classy season and came to the party again for spells for Hull. Helped himself to his third goal in consecutive games as well. Graphic: Graeme Bandeira.