Ross Barkley's late header cancelled out a wonderful Robert Snodgrass free-kick as Everton fought back to draw 2-2 at Hull City.
The Everton midfielder connected with Leighton Baines' deep cross with six minutes left, after Snodgrass curled a free-kick superbly into the top corner on 65 minutes.
🎥 | "We created the better chances in the game." @RonaldKoeman reflects on the 2-2 draw at @HullCity... #EFCawayday pic.twitter.com/EooMYxiPrn— Everton (@Everton) December 30, 2016
Michael Dawson rifled in his third goal of the season to put Hull 1-0 up on six minutes, before goalkeeper David Marshall deflected a corner into his own net for Everton's equaliser in first-half stoppage time.
Not long after hitting the post with another superb set piece, Snodgrass put Hull 2-1 up, but Everton's pressure was rewarded late on. The result lifts Hull into 19th place. Everton remain seventh.
See: Hull report | Everton report