Hull goalkeeper Allan McGregor was beaten by a Jonjo Shelvey long range strike that took a deflection off Ki Sung-Yueng 15 minutes into the game.
Stewart Downing and Andy Carroll lift West Ham to its fourth win in five matches, beating Leicester 2-0 on Saturday.
Everton thought they may be able to get a positive result away to a Southampton side not at full strength, but they were rudely mistaken as the Saints marched all over them 3-0.
Ronald Koeman shook his formation up in an effort to snap a four game losing streak in league play and the plan paid off as Maya Yoshida scored a goal and helped keep a clean sheet in an impressive 3-0 drubbing of Everton.
Christian Benteke scored a goal and was generally strong as Aston Villa picked up a point against visiting Manchester United.
Ashley Barnes delivered a wonder-strike that brought Burnley level with Tottenham in a fast-paced first half, but Spurs would go on to score once more and take all the points in a 2-1 final.
Radamel Falcao scored a header from a hard-driven Ashley Young cross to draw United even in their 1-1 draw at Villa Park.
Erik Lamela finally opened his Premier League account, scoring his first in style, as Tottenham were able to hang on with a 2-1 win over Burnley.
Stephane Sessegnon had his second consecutive strong weekend as he provided assists on both of West Brom's goals in their 3-2 loss at Loftus Road.
Charlie Austin brought his team back from a 2-0 deficit for a 3-2 win with a hat trick to take Harry Redknapp's men out of the relegation zone.
James McArthur scored a goal but it looked to be wrongly deemed offside and that summed up a forgettable day for Crystal Palace as they were run over by Manchester City at the Etihad, 3-0.
In a match without the availability of a pure striker, Manchester City were able to find their scoring shoes in the second half, as a David Silva brace would grab the headlines in their tidy 3-0 win over Crystal Palace.
Fabian Delph is expected to return to Aston Villa's lineup tomorrow and may earn a start.
Joe Hart has signed a long-term contract that will keep him at Manchester City until the end of the 2018-19 season.
Stoke's best summer signing looks like he will shake off the hip injury that caused him to be withdrawn early from the 1-1 draw with Crystal Palace.