It's not often I reply to posts like this but I'll make an exception here.
Bear in mind the following only comes from watching the games via a stream.
I actually thought that the midfield weighting was down the left, thus:
Even the Yak tended to favour the left-hand side.
Of course, this meant that Hull left massive gaps on the right-hand side, exploited by LD as proved with his goal and assist (nearly 2).
The first goal came courtesy of a cross from left to right, this time Mickey capitalising.
Yesterday reminded me of the spell where we went without strikers and the whole midfield were fluid, making the runs, interchanging passes and, one could even say, roles. The opposition didn't know who to mark or where the threat was coming from. The football we played then was mesmerising at times, as it was against Hull.
I've thought for a while now that, although a team needs balance, it needn't come from a wholly-symmetrical line-up. if you overload one side, it drags the opposition across, leaving space on the other for players such as LD or Coleman to run into. As a side-note to this, some time in the past was a Welsh team who actually lined up with a very asymmetric shape to good effect.
I also thought that yesterday was about 'winning' the game, rather than 'not losing'.