Hull celebrate on their way to another Premier League victory
Only goal difference separates Hull from the top of the Premier League after a comprehensive victory over fellow top-flight newcomers West Brom.
Albion's Jonas Olsson headed against the bar after Borja Valero's shot had been saved before Kamil Zayatte headed wide when unmarked as Hull fought back.
Zayatte volleyed Hull in front from a corner for his first goal for the club.
Brazilian Geovanni made it 2-0 with a diving header after Marlon King's flick before King slotted in a low shot.
It was the fourth successive win for Hull and takes them to level on points with leaders Chelsea and second-placed Liverpool who play each other on Sunday.
Phil Brown's men also moved four points clear of fourth-placed Arsenal, who also play on Sunday, and five ahead of Manchester United who drew with Everton earlier on Saturday.
The win continued the Tigers fantastic start to the season but as the match began at The Hawthorns, it looked like their impressive form may have hit a blip as they found themselves pinned back by West Brom.
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