Former striker Robert Earnshaw was gushing with praise for both Hull City boss Liam Rosenior and match-winning striker Benjamin Tetteh following Friday night’s 2-0 win over West Brom.
City’s four-game run without victory came to a spectacular end when the Ghanaian international, starting his first home game since tearing his hamstring in early September, powered in the opening goal before Sean McLoughlin’s header made it 2-0 early in the second half.
The Tigers, however, were second best in the opening exchanges with Karl Darlow keeping them on terms before Rosenior made a slight tactical change that helped his side recover and gain a foothold in the game.
That change coupled with Tetteh’s spectacular strike to open his City account earned strong praise for Earnshaw, who played for Cardiff City and Nottingham Forest in the Championship during a prolific career.
“Excellent, I think the biggest difference was that little moment when Liam Rosenior went and changed what was happening tactically, he saw something different because West Brom were brilliant,” he told Sky Sports.