Sincere Hall and his Hull City Under-21 teammates exited the East Riding Senior Cup at the Semi-Final stage after suffering defeat against Hedon Rangers via a penalty shootout.
After drawing 2-2 in normal time, which also saw City goalkeeper Tom Macauley receive a red card, Hull City lost 4-2 on the kicks from the Penalty Mark at the Roy West Centre.
In the 31st minute, Hull City opened the scoring as a long pass released Hall through on goal. The winger drove into the Hedon penalty area before clinically converting his one-on-one into the far corner.
Hedon equalized just four minutes later as a floated free-kick toward the six-yard area wasnít fully cleared by the Hull City defense, which allowed Dan Clancy to rifle home from close range.
It took Hull City just four minutes into the second half to re-take the lead as Hall teed up Nkomba inside the Hedon penalty area. The strikerís first-time effort found the bottom corner, despite the goalkeeper getting a hand to the shot.
Hedon equalized from the penalty spot in the 63rd minute as Joe Wood was fouled by Keegan Green in the area. Ryan Whincup stepped up and smashed his spot-kick into the back of the net to level the score.
With the game level at the full-time whistle, the fixture would be decided by a penalty shootout. City went first as Oliver Green converted.
Clancy, McCauley Snelgrove, and Will Broadley all converted their penalties respectively before Rouse saved Hull Cityís third spot-kick, denying Harry Wallis.
Joe Start netted his penalty to give Hedon the advantage before Rouse guessed correctly to keep out Hall.
Substitute Finlay Southcoat then dispatched the winning penalty by placing his finish into the top corner to send Hedon through to the final of the East Riding Senior Cup.