Arsenal struck twice late on to see off brave Hull on Saturday and claim a 3-1 win that keeps them in touch with the Premier League's top four.
Hull had looked set to frustrate the Gunners for the second time this season when Daniel Cousin (65) headed in a fantastic equaliser to cancel out Emmanuel Adebayor's first-half opener (35), the Togo striker heading Robin van Persie's corner home.
But the visitors produced a strong finish and snatched victory with goals in the final eight minutes from Samir Nasri (82) and Nicklas Bendtner (86).
Nasri's goal came when he drilled a low left-footed strike into the corner, while Bendtner's volley wrapped up the points.
The win extended their unbeaten run to eight games and avenged their shock loss to Hull in September, while the Tigers remain eighth but are just six points clear of the bottom three.