Blackpool back to winning ways at Hull
Blackpool are back to winning ways following a 3-2 win at Hull City.
Goals from Matt Phillips, Kevin Phillips and Nouha Dicko gave the Seasiders the points as they sit fourth in the Championship.
Ian Holloway had made six changes to the side which crumbled so ineptly at Cardiff at the weekend, and it seemed to work a treat when M Phillips swept home the opener inside 19 minutes.
But an error from Matt Gilks, a failure to beat away Sone Aluko's speculative drive, made the scores all square.
Moments after half time the Tigers led after one-time Pool target Stephen Quinn cutely flicked beyond Gilks at the near post.
Then Holloway's two substitutions changed the complexion of the game. K Phillips came off the bench to immediately restore parity - bundling in Ian Evatt's header - before Dicko was introduced to spectacularly bicycle kick the winning goal late on.