Mixed emotions for the Blues as it looked like they could’ve lost a game which they were leading.
Everton ended the game no knowing how to feel about a game in which they were leading, and then let slip with Leicester City grabbing a quick fire double.
Romelu Lukaku scored a late equaliser, with suggestions that it may go down as an own goal, as the Belgian continued from where he left off on Thursday against Young Boys.
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With the form table showing only one win in ten Premier League games, the boos which rang around Goodison Park at the end of the game is understandable.
In what was a dire first half, John Stones was forced into a magnificent block seconds before the break to deny Jeff Schlupp with the goal gaping.
This was a game of two halves and no better representation of that cliche with Steven Naismith giving Everton the lead. The Scottish international found the corner of the net through a crowd of bodies.
Seeming comfortable, David Nugent came on to cause havoc for Everton and netted an equalizer moments after entering the pitch.
In a complete turnaround at Goodison Park, Leicester City hit Everton with another sucker punch as the veteran midfielder Esteban Cambiasso punished Tim Howard for his error.
Leicester looked like snatching all three points in true smash and grab fashion, but the unlucky Romelu Lukaku finally got some fortune as his header deflected past Mark Schwarzer and claim a point for his side.