Everton came from behind twice against Liverpool to earn a point in the Merseyside Derby. View player ratings for the Roberto Martinez’s Toffees below.
Tim Howard 6/10
Tim Howard had little chance with either Liverpool goal, but could be apportioned some blame for the poor organisation of his wall for Luis Suarez’s free kick.
Was fortunate not to concede when Joe Allen finished poorly.
Seamus Coleman 6/10
Got forward well, but Luis Suarez often found space in the left channel of the Liverpool attack when the Irishman was caught up field.
Phil Jagielka 7/10
Strong in the tackle and won almost everything in the air.
Sylvain Distin 8/10
Sylvain Distin turns 36 next month, but can somehow run faster than most players in the Premier League.
Performed brilliantly against the Reds attack, shackling Suarez well. Booked for a high foot late on.
Leighton Baines 6/10
Baines made some typically enterprising runs, but naturally was more cautious than usual because of the threat of Liverpool players running onto through balls into the channels.
Substituted due to what appeared to be a foot injury.
Gareth Barry 7/10
Gareth Barry has been a brilliant signing for Everton, performing a disciplined role in front of the Toffees defence.
Filled in well at left back upon Baines’ injury.
James McCarthy 7/10
Tidy, intelligent in possession and mature beyond his years, James McCarthy barely put a foot wrong.
The Irishman was quiet against Reds stars Joe Allen, Steven Gerrard and Jordan Henderson, but kept things ticking over nicely.
Kevin Mirallas 7/10
It is safe to say Kevin Mirallas had a dramatic game. The Belgian winger could – and perhaps should – have received three red cards throughout the contest, with the worst a shocking tackle on Luis Suarez that left the Uruguayan with stud marks around his knee.
Mirallas also scored the equalising goal for Everton, and was always a danger on the counter attack, but was probably substituted for his own good, as it appeared to be a minor miracle he was not sent off.
Steven Pienaar 6/10
Steven Pienaar was only able to combine with Leighton Baines a few times despite Everton’s possession in the first half, but was always a danger upon receiving the ball thanks to quick turns, and intelligent distribution.
Ross Barkley 7/10
Ross Barkley was an immense danger for Everton early on, running at the Liverpool defence with powerful and skilful running, but faded as the game progressed.
Booked for diving after minimal contact on the edge of the Liverpool area.
Romelu Lukaku 8/10
Romelu Lukaku is the best striker Chelsea have, but every Blues manager since the big Belgian arrived at Stamford Bridge has struggled to see what appears obvious to everyone else.
Lukaku gave away possession a number of times throughout the game, but it’s hard to argue with a two goal haul.
Gerard Deulofeu 7/10
Pace and trickery in possession made it difficult for the Liverpool defence, but looks lightweight and ought to have scored a one on one chance.
Still, the Reds defence could not relax when he was on the pitch, and Deulofeu provided valuable support to Lukaku up front.
John Stones 6/10
Brought on to shore up the Everton defence at 2-2, but had a difficult time against Suarez and Sturridge.
Leon Osman 6/10
As always, calm and composed in possession in attacking zones, but could have done more tracking back when his team led the match in the latter stages.