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Diomande rises miles above Bellerin on the left-hand corner of the six-yard box. He should at least plant a header on target; he probably should score.
But he sends the ball sailing miles over the bar. Arsenal with a serious let-off there. Hull win a free kick out on the other flank.
Arsenal make a double swap. Arsene Wenger, up in the stands, is fidgeting quite a lot in his seat. Markovic slips a ball down the right for the overlapping Elmohamady, who earns a corner off Iwobi.
The set piece is whipped hard and fast to Niasse at the near post. Niasse flashes a header into the side netting, with some power.
Out-of-form Arsenal are beginning to retreat into their shell. The last ten minutes are suddenly a fingernail-bothering prospect for the Emirates faithful.
Hull come back at Arsenal after a quiet few minutes. Arsenal half-clear an Elmohamady cross from the right. Maguire swings it into the mixer again from the other flank.
But the crowd are getting nervous again. He can have no complaints. But he makes one anyway. Evandro takes the set piece, and finds Maguire at the far post.
But the big defender has mistimed his jump, and lets the ball skim off the top of his noggin and harmlessly out for a goal kick. Arsenal have shifted up a gear here, and are pinging the ball around in a very determined style.
Hull are on the back foot. Ozil sends Sanchez scampering down the left with the most delicate of passes. Sanchez earns a corner, from which Mustafi clumps a header harmlessly wide of the target.
And way off target. Markovic opens his legs and zips down the right. His low cross, aimed for Niasse in the middle, is intercepted by a sliding Koscielny.
It leads to a corner, from which nothing comes. Sanchez has the chance to send Gibbs clear down the right but misplaces his crossfield pass; Robertson overhits a through ball that would have seen Evandro free in the Arsenal box down the right.
He gives up on the dribble down the inside-left channel, one-twos with Ozil, and overcoooks a curler towards the top right. Hull initially struggle to deal with it, but eventually it falls to Cousin, who powers forward.
Sagna tackles him, but it skews to Geovanni who flies down the left and wins a corner. It comes to nothing except an outrageous overhead kick attempt from the same Brazilian that flies well over.
Zayatte cuts out a Walcott cross for another Arsenal corner, but Hull clear. There's acres od space for Fabregas soon after, but his attempted flick into the box is cut out by the commanding Andy Dawson.
Like brother like, oh. Free-kick for Arsenal out on the right that Fabregas attempts to float into the middle.
He succeeds, I suppose, but only floats it into the hands of Boaz Myhill. Gary Naylor wants to know: Externally, it's very spectacular, but once inside, it feels like a business class airport lounge.
On taking one's seat, the absence of defined stands or ends is a little disorienting, with the seats just rolling out like a Möbius strip as one scan the scene.
It's more like watching football on a wide screen television than live. And the old Highbury was a beautiful thing. But the floor is open.
That's the first clear cut chance of the match as an Adebayor cross-field pass is deflected by Boateng to the feet of Fabregas, galloping into the box.
The Hull defence is opened right up, but the Spaniard drags a shot well wide. A great ball in from the right by Bacary Sagna lands perfectly on the bonce of Emmanuel Adebayor.
He nods it past Myhill and it nestles in the bottom corner, but not before the striker has needlessly shoved his defender in the back and conceded a free kick.
Another glorious chance spurned by Arsenal, this time Theo Walcott taking far too long to get a shot away on the edge of the box.
The young whipper-snapper has been played in beautifully by a delightful curved ball inside the left back, and the England winger is through on goal.
But he dithers and Dawson nips in. The goal is definitely coming here. A comedic goal-mouth scramble, featuring Fabregas, Gallas and Adebayor, only results in a corner as Hull somehow scrape and scrap it clear.
Still, it's good to learn that research is going on, because before today, I was labouring under the misapprehension that MBM research and reporting involved, y'know, watching the match on the television, followed by telling us, in text format, some of what happened.
A rare moment of play outside of Hull's half results in a hopeless ball lofted forward, comfortably gathered by Manuel Almnia, who would be right to feel aggrieved that he's had to put down his pint and the crossword to make that simple catch.
He hoofs forward, and that'll be that for another 20 minutes. Geovanni spanks a long effort high and wide, then Walcott breaks with it down at the other end.
His "cross", though, is nowhere near any of his colleagues. That's actually not the worst thing Walcott does in the space of about 30 seconds - he then misses another golden opportunity to score when he's unmarked, eight yards out, and is picked out by a cross from the left from Eboue I think.
Walcott should have just thumped it home, but instead wants an extra touch and loses control. He's talking about the Emirates, by the way.
The New Place is very comfortable, but is soulless and lacks any distinguishing features other than lots and lots of sensible "fans" who look at you like you're some kind of loony when you stand up and sing, or scream abuse at Eboue.
I used to go to almost every home game at Highbury, but I hate the Emirates and rarely go more than two or three times a season.
I'm a stranger in my own home, and I hate that. Nothing sinister, but they went over together and something cut Eboue as they did.
Hull have now held firm for half an hour, although Arsenal have been uncharacteristically profligate up front.
Geovanni pops up on the left wing - he's been the busiest of Hull's players, although hasn't produced that much - but there are few options and Arsenal clear.
Another Brazilian, Denilson, starts something down Arsenal's left, which also comes to nothing. This is a bit scrappy now. Eboue tries to cut in from the left wing, but McShane comfortably dispossesses him and clears.
Phil Brown barks something at his team, who may or may not be fitted with ear-pieces to hear all this through that peculiar drive-through head-set.
Fabregas lifts a ball over the advancing Hull backline, but Adebayor has gone marginally too soon and is given offside.
The same applies to Van Persie, who attempts to spin off his marker and collect a dinked through ball from Adebayor, but the linesman flaps some yellow.
Walcott again goes marauding into the Hull box, collects a ball cut back from the right, but again refuses to take a first time hit and the danger is cleared.
At the other end, Geovanni, Cousin and McShane combine to give some encouragement to the away fans, but Almunia is untroubled.
An Arsenal corner is comfortably cleared and Marlon King is away on the break. He charges forward, but misses a great chance to put in Geovanni, wide open in the middle, instead waiting until Cousin catches up, by which point the chance has gone.
Better from Walcott, who stays out wide right, then goes scampering into the box leaving Andy Dawson with grass stains on his shorts.
Walcott attempts to feed Adebayor, but he can't get a shot away. Brilliant and then woeful from Arsenal, whose build up play is sublime but whose finishing is shoddy.
The ball is pinged into the feet of Adebayor, whose lay-off to Eboue is sublime and leaves the midfielder only needing to larrup it past Myhill for But he wants another pass on this flowing move and needlessly squares it for a colleague.
More excellent build up play comes to nothing, when the full-stretch of the American Myhill plucks the ball off the head of the Arsenal striker.
I saw neither the crosser nor the intended target, I'm afraid, since I was typing up that last near miss. It might not be Setanta, but it's cheaper.
Half-time at the Emirates, and it's nil-nil. Something to chew over from Gary Naylor: As your excellent colleague Jonathan Wilson points out in his brilliant book playing systems have always been countered successfully by coaches willing to think hard and players willing to listen and learn.
From there on, Arsenal's attacking threat steadily diminished, allowing Hull to mount a late rally. Markovic rose high to get on the end of Harry Maguire's 77th-minute cross only to power a header wide, and there was more profligacy from Niasse as drilled the ball into the side-netting three minutes later.
Substitute Adama Diomande then headed over before Hull's hopes evaporated when Clucas saw red for blocking Perez's goal-bound header and Sanchez crucially killed the game off from 12 yards, handing Wenger and his team-mates a timely morale-boost.
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Arsene Wenger watches Arsenal's home clash with Hull City from the stands. Alexis Sanchez celebrates his opener at the Emirates.