Aaron Ramsey was Arsenal's standout player while Alex Bruce put in tremendous display at heart of Hull's defence
LUKASZ FABIANSKI 6/10 Retained his FA Cup place and, while he could have shown better reactions for Hull's second goal, did not do much wrong, bar rushing from his line late on and giving Aluko sight of an empty net.
BACARY SAGNA 7/10 Played an important role in Arsenal's equaliser, winning the aerial challenge from which Koscielny scored, and generally tried to drive his side on in sapping conditions.
PER MERTESACKER 5/10 The "Big Friendly German" showed next-to-no aerial prowess in trying to stop the two Hull crosses that led to the early goals. From then onwards, looked solid until his late, nearly costly, slip.
LAURENT KOSCIELNY 7/10 Started as badly as his central-defensive partner but, credit to the Frenchman, it was thanks to his quick reactions that Arsenal got their second‑half equaliser.
KIERAN GIBBS 5/10 The full-back was guilty of ballooning a shot over the crossbar when it looked easier to score late on when he was set up by Sanogo but otherwise looked secure.
AARON RAMSEY 8/10 The midfielder was easily turned by Quinn for Hull's second goal but after that worked tirelessly to get his side back into this match, and scored the winner in extra time.
MIKEL ARTETA 6/10 Unable to stamp his mark on this game initially due to the positive start made by the men in black and amber, the Spaniard became a growing presence as the opposition players around him tired.
SANTI CAZORLA 7/10 It was from the Spaniard's rasping free-kick that Arsenal scored their first goal and he worked harder than anyone in red to retrieve what initially looked a doomed situation for the London club.
MESUT ÖZIL 5/10 Arsenal's record signing cut a frustrated figure for large parts, unable to impose himself as opposition players continuously snapped at his ankles. Marginally improved as the game went on.
LUKAS PODOLSKI 5/10 An ineffective display by the German, who, stationed on the left of Arsenal's three-man deep-lying attack, offered next to nothing going forward. No surprise to see him replaced by Sanogo.
OLIVIER GIROUD 7/10 A poor display until the 72nd minute when he earned, incorrectly as replays showed, the corner from which Arsenal equalised. Unlucky to see his diving header early in extra time hit the bar.
SUBSTITUTES: Yaya Sanogo 7/10 (for Podolski, 61); Tomas Rosicky n/a (for Cazorla, 105); Jack Wilshere n/a (for Özil, 105)
Subs not used Szczesny, Vermaelen, Monreal, Flamini
ALLAN McGREGOR 6/10 The Scot was at fault for Arsenal's first goal, leading with his wrong hand in an attempt to stop Cazorla's free-kick, but he redeemed himself with an excellent reaction stop to Giroud's snap shot late on.
AHMED ELMOHAMADY 7/10 Positioned on the right of Hull's rearguard, the 26-year-old put in a disciplined display, rarely caught out of position and forever tracking back. Tired as the match went on although kept pressing forward
JAMES CHESTER 7/10 Was an injury doubt before kick-off and made an instant impact, turning in Huddlestone's shot to give Hull an early lead. Continued to do all he could to keep Arsenal at bay
ALEX BRUCE 8/10 The manager's son put in a tremendous display at the centre of Hull's three-man defence, blocking, heading and, as he showed when confronted by Giroud in the second-half, intercepting practically everything that came his way
CURTIS DAVIES ■ 8/10 The captain reacted quickly at the far post to double Hull's early lead and soon after blocked shots from Podolski and Ramsey in quick succession. Remained a strong presence for his side
LIAM ROSENIOR 6/10 Like Elmohamady on the opposite side, put in a disciplined performance that naturally weakened through tiredness. No surprise to see him substituted in extra-time
JAKE LIVERMORE 6/10 Part of a tigerish Tigers midfield that set the tone for Hull's jaw-dropping start. Became less notable as Arsenal got themselves back into the contest
TOM HUDDLESTONE ■ 7/10 Booked on the hour for a reckless lunge on Cazorla but generally delivered a composed display from the heart of Hull's midfield, especially with his passing
DAVID MEYLER ■ 7/10 The 24-year-old's task was to disrupt Arsenal's rhythm and he showed just how keen he was to do that with a needless second-half swipe on Koscielny. But overall he impressed
STEPHEN QUINN 7/10 It was from the Irishman's corner and then from his cross that Hull took an early 2-0 lead. As well as being an attacking threat, the Irishman also carried out defensive duties
MATTY FRYATT 5/10 In the absence of the cup-tied Shane Long and Nikica Jelavic, it was left to the 28-year-old to lead Hull's front line. Worked hard and ran even harder but made little impact
SUBSTITUTES McShane 5/10 (for Bruce 67), Aluko 5/10 (for Quinn 74): Boyd 6/10 (for Rosenior 102) Subs not used Figueroa, Koren, Sagbo, Harper