Nope. A slow start with clumsy touches throughout. Difficult to say how he did defensively because Hull were very poor, they offered no real threat going forward, but his tackling was clumsy at times and close control erratic. He didn't overlap very often considering the space made by Hungbo and after crossing for the second goal by supporting/overlapping it seemed a wasted opportunity not to do so more often. He took his goal well but for a seasoned pro against such weak opponents he didn't stand out as such. Prodl started well, communicated nicely with the young centre-back Hudson throughout. Snuffed out the high ball easily against a much smaller forward and passed well out of defence to begin with before floating aimless/misdirected balls to nobody as the 2nd-half progressed when short passes were usually there either wide or through the middle. Considering he missed a lot of football through injury in the second half of last season it wasn't so surprising Prodl faded as the game went on but Zeegelaar just looked like a jobbing pro for the most part.