FULL TIME: Wanderers 4 Hull City 1
CRAIG Dawson's double helped Wanderers record a sensational victory over promotion-chasing Hull City at the Reebok.
The on-loan West Brom defender scored his first goals in nearly two years in a terrific performance against one of the Championship's most reliable travellers.
Only Watford had a better away record than Hull going into the game – but within seven minutes Steve Bruce's side had been washed away by a flurry of Wanderers goals.
Darren Pratley set the ball rolling after just 75 seconds, heading full length to finish off a fine move involving Chung-Yong Lee and Mark Davies on the left.
Just a few moments later and Davies, making his first home appearance since December 1, swept in his sixth goal of the season from the edge of the box after another clever lay-off from Chung-Yong.
And fans had barely had chance to catch their breath by the time Dawson headed the third from Jay Spearing's corner.
The centre-back's last goal was for Rochdale in April 2011, and though Marvin Sordell turned the ball into the net after a Hull defender had seemingly headed clear – the striker immediately signalled that Dawson's effort had crossed the line.
Both sides hit the woodwork before the break, with Robbie Brady curling a free kick against the bar and Sordell side-footing Ngog's low cross against the outside of the post.
When Brady finally got one right with a free kick that flicked off the outside of the wall to beat Adam Bogdan on 67 minutes, you wondered whether Wanderers may wobble again.
But the answer came within a few minutes as Hull failed to clear their lines from Spearing's corner and having seen one toe-poke come off the woodwork, Dawson grabbed a second with an improvised finish from Alonso's low shot.
The England Under-21 international has been a lucky charm since his arrival from the Hawthorns, with the Whites unbeaten in four games.
This was Wanderers' biggest win of the season so far and undoubtedly one of their best displays.
There was even time for Dougie Freedman to bring Medo on for his debut off the bench, and give David Wheater his first appearance since the start of last May, when he damaged his cruciate ligament against West Brom.