Everton and Manchester United shared the spoils at Goodison Park thanks largely to howlers from both goalkeepers.
Dominic Calvert-Lewin fired the Toffees into an early lead after David de Gea made a mistake over his clearance, allowing the striker to close him down and score from close range.
But attentions quickly turned to De Gea’s opposite number Jordan Pickford as the England goalkeeper allowed Bruno Fernandes’ long-range effort to squirm under his body.
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Neither side could find a winner after the break, despite Everton having the ball in the net in stoppage time only to
see the goal ruled out for offside by VAR, as Both teams missed the chance to gain momentum in their European Ambitions.