Everton managed to salvage a point against Hull City who surrendered a one-goal lead twice. Hull had the better chances in the first half and were rewarded when Michael Dawson scored in the 6th minute only for it to be cancelled by David Marshall’s own goal just before the end of the first half.
Robert Snodgrass again put Hull City ahead with a wonderful free-kick in the 65th minute but Ross Barkley equalised for Ronald Koeman’s side in the 84th minute of the game.
The Best & The Worst Everton Players Rated From Their Comeback Draw Vs Hull City
Joel Robles: 6/10
Some of the keeper’s clearances weren’t up to the mark and perhaps he should have done better for Hull City’s second goal.
Seamus Coleman: 8/10
Coleman was excellent throughout the game as he made some really good runs and popped up in the right places at the right time, often hovering around the box.
Phil Jagielka: 7/10
Jagielka had a tough time dealing with Hull’s Mbokani and Diomande but it was a good performance overall.
Ashley Williams: 6.5/10
Ashely Williams showed some good awareness but lacked concentration and had little support from the midfielders on the counters which really exposed Everton’s defensive woes.
Leighton Baines: 8/10
Leighton Baines made several vital blocks, not allowing crosses to fly in as well as he made some good crosses in the opposition’s box. He also gave the assist to Ross Barkley for Everton’s second goal.