Robert Snodgrass was the man of the match and he surely didn’t disappoint the home team at the KCOM stadium in Hull. With a superb cross he was eventually able to set up Michael Dawson 6 mins into the game who managed to score a header to put Hull city’s fan in celebrating mode.

Everton had a stroke of luck and a huge helping hand in the form of an own goal by The home team’s own goalkeeper David Marshall as he tries to punch the ball out but instead misses and the ball ended in his own net in the 45th minute.

Hull city kept up their resilience despite the mishap and were blessed with another goal in the 65th minute just outside the box with an outstanding free kick to cap his brilliant performance, however it was not be for the home team to win all 3 points of the encounter as Ross Barkley heads home an equaliser to split points between the two teams.

Full time score: Hull City 2 – Everton FC 2