Andros Townsend's second-half equaliser earned Everton a deserved point against Manchester United at Old Trafford.
Rafael Benitez's men were unlucky to fall behind just before the break as Anthony Martial scored for the first time since February.
But Demarai Gray escaped the attentions of Fred and Aaron Wan-Bissaka as Everton countered from a United corner, setting up the attack which ended with Townsend driving a low shot into the corner from Abdoulaye Doucoure's lay-off.
Townsend celebrated in Cristiano Ronaldo-esque fashion. It was more than the man himself managed. Left on the bench after his injury-time winner against Villarreal on Wednesday, Ronaldo came on in the 57th minute but had minimal impact either before or after the equaliser.
Everton thought they had a winner four minutes from time but VAR intervened to rule Yerry Mina's tap-in out for offside.
The result completes a decidedly unimpressive run of home results for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's team, who lost against Aston Villa seven days ago after being dumped out of the EFL Cup by West Ham.
Borussia Dortmund climbed to second in the Bundesliga with victory over Augsburg at Signal Iduna Park.
Raphael Guerreiro scored a penalty and Julian Brandt added a second either side of half-time, but Dortmund's wait for a first league clean sheet continues after Andi Zeqiri's first-half strike.
Dortmund took the lead in the 10th minute through Guerreiro's spot-kick, after Donyell Malen was fouled in the area.
Augsburg pegged them back 10 minutes before the break when Zeqiri, on loan from Brighton, reacted first to fire home the rebound after Arne Maier's shot from distance crashed off the bar.
Six minutes after the break, the hosts went back in front after a superb counter-attack involving Marius Wolf and Marco Reus was finished off with a deft shot from Brandt.
Reus and substitute Thorgan Hazard each hit the woodwork as Dortmund squandered chances to wrap the game up in the second half, but they held on to move a point behind champions Bayern Munich.