Last Updated: Sat, 03 Mar 2012 13:06
Hull boss Nick Barmby hailed the character of his side after they battled back to earn a late 1-1 draw at Blackpool.
The Seasiders dominated for the majority of Friday night's contest but only had Tom Ince's fine first-half strike to show for their endeavours before succumbing to Hull's spirited late rally.
Matty Fryatt reacted quickest to steer home James Chester's knockdown in the 90th minute to leave fourth-placed Blackpool without a home win in their last three attempts.
"I'm pleased with the character we showed. First half it was a mixture of Blackpool playing well and us being very sloppy," said Barmby.
"To come back into the game and play the way we did (in the) second half shows the character of the boys.
"We passed the ball a lot better (in the) second half, created a number of chances and the subs came on and injected a bit of pace and energy into us. Our starting positions were a lot better (in the) second half and we caused them a lot of problems."
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