Player Ratings: Who were the star turns in the 0-0 draw between Hull City and Leeds United?
Despite the paucity of chances at either end, reporters Leon Wobschall and Phil Hay marked the performance of each individual player on show. Have a scroll down the page, see if you agree with their marks and post your own thoughts in the comments section below.
Allan McGregor - A virtual spectator for long, long spells. 6/10
Ola Aina - Got forward well in the first half, especially. His final ball was not always the best. Good attitude. 6
Ondrej Mazuch - Kept Lasogga quiet and solid enough. But another hamstring injury forced him off early. 7
Michael Dawson - Solid, strong and organised the back four well and displayed customary experience. 7
Fikayo Tomori - Not too many worries defensively, but like Aina, his quality and distribution in the final third left a bit to be desired at times. 5
Jarrod Bowen - Failed to hit the majestic heights of Saturday on an evening that promised a lot. Did go close just before the break. 6
Markus Henriksen - Not as influential as Saturday and exited the fray at half-time with an ankle injury, which saw him leave the ground on crutches. 6
Jackson Irvine - Won a number of headers in the first half and posed problems with his attacking presence, but faded as the game went on and deteriorated. 6
Fraizer Campbell - His work rate and attitude was first-class, but unfortunately, he left his shooting boots at home. Could and perhaps should have won it for Hull, but he will be back. 6
Nouha Dicko - Went close with an instinctive half-volley in the first half, but then culpable of a second-half miss he’d rather gloss over. 6
Substitutes: Kamil Grosicki (Henriksen 45) - The stage was set for him, but his impact was intermittent. One or two flashes, that was it. 6
Michael Hector (Mazuch 69) - Came on for the injured Mazuch and slotted in well enough. 6
Will Keane (Dicko 72) - Another outing under his belt from the sub’s bench following his major injury. 6
Not used: David Marshall, Jon Toral, Evandro, Max Clark.
Felix Wiedwald - His best game for Leeds yet and by some distance. His reflexes were excellent and his positioning was consistently spot-on. Averted a defeat. 9
Gaetano Berardi - Hull had their chances but Leeds are being forced to make it up as they go along at the back and he played his part in a clean sheet. 7
Pontus Jansson - Another yellow card takes him to nine, one away from a ban, but he was combative on a night when Leeds needed to be. 7
Conor Shaughnessy - Lasted for three minutes after suffering what looked like a bad injury. Left the pitch on a stretcher. N/A
Laurens De Bock - Looks every bit the left-back Leeds were missing. Strong, made the right decisions and tried to get forward. 7
Ronaldo Vieira - His touch and his passing was never right and he has lost his mojo somewhat. Neither midfield looked very comfortable in truth. 5
Adam Forshaw - Plenty of energy and popped up to win possession repeatedly but a horrible game wasn’t much of a showcase for him. 6
Gjanni Alioski - Fouled time and again and ran himself hard but his final ball was wasteful and he made nothing of a good late chance. 5
Pablo Hernandez - As poorly as he has played in weeks. The pitch didn’t suit him and very little of what he tried came off. 5
Kemar Roofe - A tough night for him. Hull set about him and he wasn’t able to rise above the level of a disappointing contest. 4
Pierre-Michel Lasogga - Better in the second half having barely figured in the first and unlucky not to nick a win with a curling finish. 5
Substitutes: Stuart Dallas (for Shaughnessy, 6) - The short straw at right-back, especially when Grosicki came on, but did a good job of keeping him at long range. 6
Hadi Sacko (for Alioski, 86) - A change which Christiansen could have made earlier, with space opening up and the game becoming stretched. 5
Pawel Cibicki (for Roofe, 90) - Like Sacko, came on too late to make a difference. 5
Subs (not used): Andy Lonergan, Tom Pearce, Vurnon Anita, Romario Vieira.
Referee: Tony Harrington (Cleveland) - Whistle-happy and some of his calls seemed to come down to potluck. 5