Hull striker Danny Graham scored against former club Swansea to end his 11-month goal drought as the Welsh outfit were held to a 1-1 draw tonight.
Graham had not found the net since leaving the Liberty Stadium earlier this year, but he returned to haunt his former club with a fine far-post finish in just the eighth minute.
The Tigers kept their hosts at bay with ease until the hour mark when Jonjo Shelvey's driven ball hit Flores and flew in to give the Spaniard his first Premier League goal, although replays suggested the ball had come off his arm on the way into the net.
Hull could still have won it had referee Martin Atkinson not missed a blatant handball by Swansea defender Dwight Tiendalli as he blocked an Alex Bruce header.
Much had been made of Graham's return to Swansea and a goal drought stretching back to 9 January.
It was almost inevitable he would end it against his former club, and so it proved.
A poor Ashley Williams pass was picked off by Ahmed Elmohamaday and his inviting deep cross was converted at the back post to give Graham his first top-flight goal in 1,626 minutes.
Swansea had no response as they toiled through the rest of the first half but they found a leveller 15 minutes into the second half.
A short corner routine gave Shelvey the room to drill the ball towards the six-yard box, where it struck Flores to beat Allan McGregor.
Atkinson then missed Tiendalli almost catching Bruce's header as the sides took away a point apiece.