Tuncay shows his delight with his opener against Hull
Middlesbrough earned a much-needed win over relegation rivals Hull to give them renewed hope of avoiding the drop.
Tuncay Sanli set the home side on their way when he slotted in after Hull keeper Matt Duke palmed a shot from Afonso Alves into his path.
Manucho levelled with a powerful header but Matthew Bates prodded in Tony McMahon's corner to restore the lead.
David Wheater cleared a Manucho header off the line before Marlon King slotted in to secure Boro's win.
The frenetic nature of the game was predictable given the urgency of the relegation fight both clubs are in and it made for an exciting encounter.
Middlesbrough's situation was more precarious and they produced plenty of early endeavour, which was rewarded with an early goal as Alves charged down an attempted clearance by Hull centre-back Kamil Zayatte and was then played through on goal by King.
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Alves saw his cross-shot saved by Duke but the Hull keeper could only put it into the path of Tuncay, who gratefully found the net.
Despite the setback, Hull did not take long to regroup and exposed Boro's occasional vulnerability in the air when Nick Barmby's cross was converted by loan striker Manucho.
Wheater headed wide at the other end when Duke failed to punch a Stewart Downing free-kick away before an escape for the home side at the other end.
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